Cantate Chicago shines a moving light on infinity
"a choral showcase of a very high order"
"Cantate’s rendition amply filled Josaphat’s generous acoustic with sophisticated balance and an austere aura of remembrance."
"The ensemble again delivered, its powerfully understated performance ending in the muted humming of voices being silenced."
"The chorus maintained its high level, sounding especially burnished on group entrances on the word 'Svyati.'"
"As throughout the evening, Rivera’s leadership approach was judicious, non-intrusive, and never fussy, allowing the well-prepared singers to shine."
Tim SawyierChicago Classical Review
30 May 2015