“…a magnificent performance of Thomas Tallis’s Spem in Alium 40-part motet under Crossin. It was spine-tinglingly glorious. There should be more events like this.”

Tales of Two CitiesThe Australian, June 2013

“Conducting and singing such a complicated, contrasting piece is a challenge for conductor and singers alike, and it was met superbly. No audience could have been more thrilled or uplifted – nor shown their appreciation more warmly.”

Tales of Two CitiesStage Whispers, June 2013

“Under guest conductor Christie Anderson’s adroit and caring direction the 16-strong ACS, on something of a lap of honour after their recent triumphs in Europe, were still in winning form with their cutglass precision, tonal elegance and cultured panache suiting Britten’s style to perfection. All seven settings of Hopkins’ poems sounded positively incandescent.”

“Throughout the program ACS infused everything with their special brand of magic…”

ProcessionThe Advertiser, September 2013