Classical music review

New World chamber series closes Britten centennial year with a late masterpiece

 
 
Mezzo-soprano Amanda Crider
Mezzo-soprano Amanda Crider

South Florida Classical Review

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Britten, the New World Symphony’s chamber series offered rarities from the bookends of the iconic British composer's creative life, pairing his first published composition and final vocal work with a sextet by the teenage Felix Mendelssohn.

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