Sydney Philharmonia Choirs delivers a powerful and immaculate Australian premiere of one of this century’s greatest works.
Steve Moffatt’s earliest musical memories are of his father’s dubious tenor accompanying 78s of Gigli and Björling. As a local newspaper reporter in London, he covered Jimi Hendrix’s inquest. Now retired, he reviews concerts for Limelight and NewsLocal newspapers, where he worked as production editor.
Articles by Steve Moffatt
Review: Vinders: Missa Myns liefkens bruyn ooghen & Missa Fors seulement (The Choir of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge)
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