The Bostridge Project, Wigmore Hall, London

By Andrew Clark [Financial Times, 27 September 2011]
As a concert series showcasing the versatility of a well-known but sometimes typecast artist, the Bostridge project seems a good idea. You can hear Ian Bostridge in Schubert and Britten as often as you like, in many different places, but only in a curated series such as this, in front of “his” devoted Wigmore public, can you hear him sing rarely performed secular cantatas by Alessandro Scarlatti and Handel.