With “impeccable intonation” and “pure treble”, OperaKids perform in Camerata’s “Daniel” to rave reviews!

The Boston City Singers OperaKids received excellent reviews for their participation in the chorus of Boston Camerata’s production of “Daniel: A Medieval Masterpiece” on November 21st and 23rd at Trinity Church. 

In the Boston Classical Review, Aaron Keebaugh writes,

The chorus, made up of members of Boston Camerata, students from the Longy Conservatory Early Music Program, the Trinity Choristers, and Boston City Singers, sang with tender phrasing and impeccable intonation.

Read the rest of the review here.

The Boston Musical Intelligencer’s Brian Schuth writes,

The vocal forces were significant: students from the Longy School’s Early Music Department joined the Camerata, along with a fair number of child singers  from the Trinity Choristers and the Boston City Singers, whose pure treble sweetened the mix at various points.

You can find the rest of the review here.

The Boston City Singers OperaKids program is a unique opportunity for eligible singers from any of our 16 divisions to participate in professional opera performances with local companies. Wendy Silverberg rehearses and trains the singers for each production to ensure excellence on stage!