The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’


Since 1979, founder-conductor Harry Christophers has never lost sight of The Sixteen’s mission to bring choral music to the wider public with uninhibited passion, he tells Lindsay Kemp

The Sixteen (photo: Firedog)
The Sixteen (photo: Firedog)

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