"Last week the Sydney University Graduate Choir of some 85 voices performed a concert version of Catulli Carmina, the Songs of Catullus. The musical content, not without rhythmic and oratorical complexities, was handled remarkably well under the vividly detailed conductorship of Christopher Bowen. The various choral sections had been well rehearsed. Before this Orff offering came the popular Misa Criolla by Argentinean composer Ariel Ramirez. It all added up to an unusually enterprising concert which attracted a large audience."
"Trilogy , a triumph in risk taking".
North Shore Times