Press & Accolades

Building Jerusalem with Live Stones (review of “Jerusalem: Holy, Disputed, Lamented”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 4/27/2015
“As always with the Seraphim Singers, one discovered gems. The singing was as nuanced and beautiful as the selections were surprising and diverse.”

Choral Responses to War at a Great Basilica (review of “The Short Twentieth Century”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 11/18/2014
“The chorus, as it did throughout the concert, proffered subtle colors, precise and immaculate ensemble, and perfect intonation.”

Sonic Characterization of Joan of Arc (review of “La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 4/7/2104
“Technically, the ensemble was in fine form, performing incredibly challenging choral repertoire with a high degree of finesse.”

Iconic Joan of Arc Photoplay Gets Krasinski Treatment (feature on “La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 3/21/2104

Composer Richard Clark’s New Work Sees ‘Light’ of Day (feature on “Heavenly Light”)
Milton Times, 1/30/2014

Seraphim Highlights Harmonic Marriage (review of “Britten & Poulenc”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 11/21/2013
“The distinctive timbre of Seraphim’s blend and stunning intonation were well-suited to the program, richly sensitive in the lower registers and poignantly luminous in the sopranos.”

Review: “Bach, Mendelssohn and Beyond: Music from the German Tradition”
Orpheus Press, 10/21/2012
“Jennifer Lester is to be congratulated for bringing a valuable Boston resource to light.”

Fuse Interview: A Window on the Divine – Jennifer Lester, Founding Director of The Seraphim Singers
Arts Fuse, 10/15/2012

Seraphic Concert with Two Organs (review of “La Variété Française”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 2/19/2012
“Anyone who cares about these genres owes it to him/herself to hear this gifted ensemble whenever possible.”

Seraphim Singers’ Choral America (review of “An American Sampler”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 11/7/2011
“Ingenious programming by Jennifer Lester…”
“Members of Seraphim smoothly transitioned between the rich homophony and cantankerous imitative passages of Cooman’s composition, presenting the premiere with an intense, purposeful line that brought the work to life.”

Combined Forces for Good in Bach Passion (review of “St. John Passion”)
Boston Musical Intelligencer, 4/6/2011
“The performance was a successful rendition of Bach’s great work, with a high level of emotional engagement and musical competence.”