For its big performance on Saturday of Carl Orff's roof-raising and rabble-rousing cantata, Carmina Burana, they attracted a huge and noisily appreciative crowd which clearly lapped up music director Peter Oundjian's carefully-balanced account of Orff's choral barnstormer, which was blessed with soloists in baritone Audun Iversen, soprano Valentina Farcas, and counter-tenor Daniel Taylor, all three of whom knew precisely how to characterise Orff to maximum effect.
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