More impressions of the performance
More impressions of the Nelson Civic Choir members:
Wim Oosterhoff: “It was a great experience to be part of performing this emotionally laden work in such an iconic hall. Great to finally meet in person the lovely dedicated hardworking people at DCINY with whom I had so much contacts via email over the last year!!”
Ken Milligan: “The Nelson Civic Choir is right up there among the world choirs”.
Lyndal Howley: “Absolutely fabulous being here in NY to sing this wonderful cantata and meet Sir Karl Jenkins. To cap it off, we have been dusted with snow and I feel like a child again”.
Chris Lukies: “I am unbelievably proud of the choir members’ performances. They have truly represented the Nelson Civic Choir at the highest standard”.
Gay Lukies: “I cannot imagine having a once-in-a-lifetime-experience with a better group”.
Gill Eyles: “Loving every minute: great musical director - delightful children's choir - fabulous orchestra and oh! the euphonium!! And then snow on beautiful winter trees - magic!”.
Martin White: “Greetings from a cold but exhilarating New York with snowstorm yesterday. Very successful inaugural North American concert of Cantata Memoria at Carnegie Hall today. Full house of 3000 and standing ovation.”