Dvorak Stabat Mater

Charity: Motor Neurone Disease Research Asscociation
Venue: Oxford Town Hall
Date: February 22nd 2014
Soloists
Anna Jeruc-Kopec (Soprano)
Clare Presland (Mezzo-soprano)
Andrew Goodwin (Tenor)
Ashley Riches (Baritone)

Here are some feedback comments following the 2014 Dvorak Stabat Mater

It was extraordinary that such a high quality performance of such a difficult piece could be done in a day. The skill and enthusiasm of all the singers was a joy to see, and I loved being part of the project. …(A soloist)

I enjoyed the Stabat Mater very much.  I thought Robert Dean was terrific and the whole occasion a great event.  I hope you raised a good lot of money for motor neurone disease.   It’s still ringing in my ears and I may well be back for another. (Choir member)

Thanks for putting on this successful event which will also raise awareness of the disease and  for the Association as well as for the much needed research  currently being done in Oxford.On a personal note I would like to say how much I enjoyed the experience of singing with the Oxford Orpheus choir and hope to do so again. I do hope that Robert Dean was pleased with the performance as many in the audience said how much they had enjoyed it. (Choir member)

What a tremendous evening. We had never heard Stabat Mater before and really enjoyed it. The choir seemed to do so too and the soloists were first class. Well done. (Audience)

Thank you so much for organising such a wonderful day. Robert is really inspirational; his enthusiasm and encouragement make one want to do ones best for him. We would love to do this again. (Choir member)