Notes & Reviews:
BBC Music Magazine, December 2012
Lott is bright and lyrical (Exsultate), and tender ('Lungi da te'). She can be a bit colourless, but Glover's orchestra gives brilliantly nuanced support.
Exsultate, jubilate, fine as recorded sound, crisp in the playing, deliciously clear and clean in the singing, sets off with all the promise of a bright spring morning. The middle movement, "Tu virginum corona", is exceptionally beautiful in adding to its accustomed serenity a more rarely heard sense of compassion, bringing out the references to the grief that calls for consolation. Then with the "Allelujah" the sun is out again, the rhythms dance, the voice shines and rejoices in those difficult semiquavers and the final high C. ... A lovely performance of "Ruhe sanft" ... the marvellous Mitridate [is] crowned by a quiet high D almost as miraculous as the greater wonder of its composition by the 13-year-old boy.