"The highlight ... was conductor Scott Allen Jarrett's reading of the Tännhauser overture, which struck a fine balance between the slow nobility of its main theme and its kinetic auxiliary themes.."

- Boston Classical Review, Nov. 2013


"it became strikingly apparent that the chorus clearly hugely enjoys singing for Scott Allen Jarrett, whose gestures are clear, concise and emotionally open."

"Jarrett displayed firm control over every detail ... to an impressive level of precision in the musical performance"

"Vivid...a remarkable feat...The performance had two particular assets. One was Jarrett's springy rhythms and brisk but unrushed speeds, to which the Oratorio Singers responded consistently."

SCOTT ALLEN JARRETT has established himself as one of today's leading young orchestral and choral conductors. The Boston-based conductor serves as the Director of Choruses and Assistant Conductor of the Charlotte Symphony, Music Director for Boston's Back Bay Chorale, and Director of Music at Boston University's Marsh Chapel. Jarrett regularly conducts the great masterworks of the choral/orchestral repertoire, with a particular focus on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach. He has conducted over 35 Bach cantatas and multiple performances of each of Bach's four major works. more >

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