Best of classical music 2018: Amid the turbulence, moments to savor

The Washington Post | December 7, 2018

“This passionate, uneven, desert-island raging against death deserves to be at the top of a list in any case. But this year, not one, but two D.C. performances made it onto my lifelong best-ever list. Gianandrea Noseda’s reading with the National Symphony Orchestra and the combined forces of the Choral Arts Society and the Washington Chorus was like nothing I had expected from him: gracious and lithe and buoyant and quietly eloquent. ” – Anne Midgette

Choral Arts Society of Washington Presents ‘A Family Christmas’ in Alexandria

Alexandria Living| December 4, 2018

Benjamin Britten’s ‘War Requiem’ Review: Mixing Sacred and Secular

The Wall Street Journal| November 30, 2018

The National Symphony Orchestra under Gianandrea Noseda performs the British composer’s once controversial yet highly influential interpretation of the Latin Mass for the Dead. By Barbara Jepson

Noseda leads NSO forces in an intense and moving “War Requiem”

Washington Classical Review| November 30, 2018

“The Choral Arts Society of Washington, meticulously prepared by Scott Tucker, captured the many contrasting qualities of this music. Whispered phrases opened the piece over the brooding lines of the orchestra, with the predominant interval that runs through the score, an unsettled tritone, resolving at the two main climaxes of the evening by melting into a major chord.” – Charles T. Downey

NSO brilliant in performance of Britten’s ‘War Requiem’

The Washington Post | November 29, 2018

“It was the most moving choral singing I have heard in a ­quarter-century’s residence in Washington. ” – Patrick Rucker

Calendar: Nov. 2-8, 2018

Washington Blade| November 2, 2018

November 7 Washington Classical Review

Washington Classical Review| October 17, 2018

Looking Forward to Some of the Best

Georgetowner| September 26, 2018

October 4 Washington Classical Review

Washington Classical Review| September 21, 2018

Classical and Choral: Fall Arts Preview 2018

MetroWeekly| September 13, 2018