‘Hilary Davan Wetton is surely our finest choral conductor’ (David Mellor, Mail on Sunday, November 2014)
‘[In] Ralph Vaughan Williams’s An Oxford Elegy…the choristers, orchestra, and Maestro Wetton perform the music incisively, creating the impression that they are directly experiencing the incomprehensible losses of WWI rather than singing about them a century later…’ (Voix des Arts, December 2014)
‘this version [of Requiem da Camera], intelligently paced by Hilary Davan Wetton with Roderick Williams as the matchless baritone soloist, is a significant addition to the Finzi catalogue’ (Guardian, October 2014)
On Friday 27th March 2015, the City of London Choir and outstanding soloists present a vivid account of Christ’s passion with acclaimed period ensemble Music for Awhile. St John’s provides the perfect baroque setting for JS Bach’s most dramatic masterpiece. For more details, click here.