All Shall Be Well reviews

“The emergence of the Exultate Singers, founded in 2002 by David Ogden, adds to the growing list of stellar British mixed choirs capable of producing topnotch performances of some of the most dauntingly challenging choral literature.” AllMusic

“This imaginatively programmed disc marks the Exultate Singers out as a choir to be reckoned with.” BBC Music Magazine

“Sung with requisite purity by the Exultate Singers under David Ogden… the most powerful tracks are John Tavener’s exotic Syvati and Henryk Górecki’s Totus tuus, a work that encourages pure contemplation.” Financial Times

“Exultate’s style of singing stands apart from the mainstream major British choral groups, the warm quality generated by thirty-eight voices, and being much larger than their famous counterparts, the tone is not stressed. Very good sound from the popular UK recording location in St. George’s, Bristol.” David Denton,

Bristol Schools Chamber Choir: Mozart Requiem

Tuesday 26th June at 7.30pm, St George’s Bristol
conducted by David Ogden
with The Dorian Chamber Orchestra

The hugely talented singers of the Bristol Schools Chamber Choir, accompanied by orchestra, perform one of the most celebrated works in the choral repertoire, Mozart’s Requiem.

With thrillingly dramatic and fiery choral writing combined with moments of great tenderness, beauty and passion, the Requiem is one of the most deeply moving pieces to hear live in concert.

The beautiful young voices then explore the lighter side of the choral repertoire with a delightful mix of folk songs, spirituals and jazz arrangements, alongside classical songs and arias.

Tickets £11(£10); £9(£8); £7(£6); £6(£5); £3 under 18s from St George’s box office or by telephone on 0845 40 24 001.