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Reviews

Below are a selection of reviews and testimonials.

"Christopher Foster, bass, in his solo Mors stupebit left us in no doubt that grim death was nigh.  Also, his contribution to the trio Lux Aeterna was gorgeously resonant and fruity." 
John Burleigh, November 2016
Verdi Requiem: Benson Choral Society, Dorchester Abbey 

"Christopher Foster's bass was dark and resonant and he reached down to the lowest notes with no signs of strain."
Derek Ansell, October 2015
Carissimi and Caldara: Newbury Chamber Choir 


"Christopher Foster's acute use of the text brought Raimondo alive."
Yehuda Shapiro, Opera, November 2014
Donizetti Lucia di Lammermoor: Winslow Hall Opera

"Christopher Foster as Father Frost ... took convincing command of his role."
Yehuda Shapiro, Opera, June 2014
Rimsky-Korsakov The Snow Maiden: University College Opera

"Thanks from us to you for being so willing to join us without any preparation time. The privilege was ours in having you sing those baritone solos so beautifully. We hope you will be able to sing with us again in the future.
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Brahms Requiem: Kent Chorus, April 2014

"Your performance really did bring all the expressive sensitivity and colour and passion that the work requires Ė it really was a very powerful interpretation."
Brahms Requiem: Kent Chorus, April 2014

"Christopher Fosterís dark-hued Traveller"
Peter Reynolds: Opera Review
Britten Curlew River, Nova Music Opera, St John's Smith Square 2013

"Christopher Foster was an expressive, uneasy Traveller"
Peter Reed: Classical Source
Britten Curlew River, Nova Music Opera, St John's Smith Square 2013

"Sturdy support, too, from Christopher Fosterís Traveller Ö "
Richard Morrison, The Times, August 2013
Britten Curlew River, Nova Music Opera, Presteigne Festival

"Thanks for your fantastic performance last night. I really enjoyed working with you and the feedback from the choir and audience has been terrific."
Michael Summers
Mendelssohn Elijah
Durham Choral Society 2013

"Thank you for singing the baritone soli so sensitively for us in the Brahms on Saturday. Your two numbers are critical to the impact of this work, and as it turned out, the musicality of your performance carried us all forward through the evening. I was most gratified and I hope you were too."
Denis McCaldin
Brahms Requiem: Lake District Summer Music Festival 2011