Review: Vaughan Williams’ Sinfonia Antarctica, 24 November 2012

Photo credit Denise Taylor

Photo credit Denise Taylor

I had the pleasure of making my professional debut in November last year with the Dundee Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Robert Dick, in a concert “to commemorate the Centenary of Captain Scott’s fateful Antarctic Expedition”; I was the soprano soloist in Vaughan Williams’ haunting Sinfonia Antarctica.

“The DSO set forth on an unwavering channel and the excellent atmospherics this work generates came over perfectly, from the girls’ chorus and soprano Caroline Taylor’s wordless Prelude…” (The Courier)

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