'Nielsen’s 'Tre Motetter'... made a much better impression at this concert than they did at the recent Prom where the polyphonic harmonies were largely lost in the Albert Hall acoustic... Londinium, conducted with great style by Andrew Griffiths, has the twin merits of balance and clarity in its projection of each work... very much at home with the texts. 'Rakastava' was beautifully projected for instance. The overall sound, affected to a degree by the reverberant church acoustic until the ear adjusted was, nevertheless, clear and confident. As claimed it is indeed a versatile chamber choir.' Edward Clark, President of the UK Sibelius Society, reviewed our 23rd October concert, 'Voices of the North: Sibelius, Nielsen and their contemporaries' for 'Musical Opinion' magazine and the Society's newsletter. Read full review.