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Here's a transcript from Christmas Eve's BBC Radio 3 Record Review, and you can hear it until 23 January here (1hr 24min into the programme). BBC Record Review, Andrew McGregor, Saturday 24th December 2016 “First though that sequence of imaginative journeys on recent recordings I haven't managed to...

The Sunday Times, Paul Driver, December 2016 Across town, Spitalfields Music, celebrating 40 years of Festivals, launched its latest winter edition… The vocal quartet of Gothic Voices unfolded an imaginative Marian sequence of 12th – 15th century settings, with modern interpolations by Joanne Metcalf and Andrew...

14 October 2016 MusicWeb International Brian Wilson Medieval and contemporary works are combined in a programme of music in honour of the Virgin Mary: Mary Star of the Sea. Gothic Voices, too infrequent visitors to the recording studios since making their wonderful albums for Hyperion. The singers are Catherine King...

York Early Music Christmas Festival. National Centre for Early Music, 9 December 2016 The York Press, Robert Gammon, 12 December 2016 During its 30 years, the distinguished vocal group Gothic Voices have built up quite a following. The National Centre for Early Music was full for their...

York Early Music Christmas Festival, December 2016 “York early music Christmas festival created an opportunity to hear how the words of the Magnificat flowered in the minds of composers over some 250 years. The earliest, by the 15th-century English composer John Dunstaple was a sublimely minimal...

This welcome revitalisation of an iconic group is characterised by warmth of tone and beautiful blend. Their selection of Marian medieval monody and polyphony, arranged with the greatest care and taste into two parts expressing her heavenly and human attributes, includes Latin and old English...