A very nice review about the Moscow Russian Patriarchate Choir's debute in Ireland, Dundalk:
"The choir’s sound was extraordinary. In the seventeenth-century architecture of the church they achieved a punchiness that could have belonged to an ensemble five times their size. In louder passages, higher overtones bounced and crashed around the ceiling of the church and created a crackling effect that I couldn’t decide was in the building or in my ears.
It says a lot that this performance, which brought the house down, was only the third-best concert of the festival."