I look forward to more collaborations between these two ensembles, who were born to make, as they say, really beautiful music together.
The first in what is surely going to be Blue Heron’s memorable series of testaments to the neglected brilliance of composer Johannes Ockeghem.
Simply put, Blue Heron is one of the best perks of concertgoing in 21st century Boston.
Blue Heron explores a rarely performed repertoire with a choir made up of sensational soloists.
Green Mountain Project has done everything right, paying careful, historically informed attention to pitch, transposition, tempi, number of performers, and tuning.
Several merits distinguish Blue Heron’s concerts, the most salient being the always-gorgeous singing of this pre-eminent Renaissance vocal choir.
Blue Heron — fine musicians blending their talents to create a vital and remarkable unity.
The vocal ensemble Blue Heron closed its season with “a marvelously expansive concept of the divine” in a program of 16th-century Spanish music based on or inspired by the Song of Songs.