Sounds Choral Surveys Choral Music of Benjamin Britten in Conversation with Edward Higginbottom

Sep 24, 2017

This week's Sounds Choral presents the debut of James Jordan, professor at Westminster Choir College at Rider University, as one of the new hosts for Sounds Choral. Jordan will present a series of interviews with noted choral conductors from this past summer's Choral Institute at Oxford.

This week, you'll hear  his interview with scholar, choirmaster and composer Edward Higginbottom, who will survey some of the choral works of Benjamin Britten. 

James Jordan (left), professor at Westminster Choir College, interviews conductor Edward Higginbottom during the Choral Institute at Oxford.

Jordan joins fellow hosts Gabriel Crouch, director of choral activities at Princeton University, Amanda Quist, associate professor and department chair of conducting, organ and sacred music at Westminster Choir College, and Ryan James Brandau, artistic director of Princeton Pro Musica.  That's every Sunday at 2 pm.