“The contemporary piece Lux Aurumque by Eric Whitacre was a masterclass in phrasing, intonation and dissonances, all executed with verve by the choir.”
Patrick D. McCoy, Sacred Sounds - May 9, 2018
"Their rich multi-tonal voices are as adept at singing "Elijah Rock" as they are handling "O Fortuna" from "Carmina Burana..."
Eve M. Ferguson, Washington Informer - October 11, 2017
"AMAZINGLY, THE MAMMOTH CHORUS OPENED VERDI'S MASS WITH ONLY A WHISPER."
Cecelia H. Porter, The Washington Post - March 13, 2011
"...A LIVING WALL OF SOUND INDEED: AS LUSH AND SENSUOUS AND MAJESTIC AS YOU COULD HOPE FOR."
Anne Midgette, The Washington Post - November 4, 2008
"The Chorale is one of many predominantly black choruses across the country that devote a large part of their classical repertoire to the spirituals, keeping them alive in ways their creators never imagined."
Neely Tucker, The Washington Post - February 20, 2005