Stanford would be gratified to know his sacred works were still being lavished with as much care and attention as are here displayed... Church music doesn't get much better than this
Anthony Holden, The Observer (6th July 2003)
Stanford’s sturdily Edwardian idiom is softened by a sensitivity and warmth in the C major Evening Service. And the G major Service, with its bubbling organ line and treble solo, has the clear, bright delicacy that it should for something so distinctly ‘school of Fauré’
Michael White, Gramophone (January 2015)
As in other issues in the excellent Naxos series, the chapel acoustic is warmly atmospheric, while allowing lightness and transparency in the choral textures, with words commendably clear.