MONTEVERDI: Vespers, Gabrieli Consort

“…no solo number was more affecting than Charles Daniels’ performance of the final motet, Audi Coelum.  Each verse of this hymn to Mary was garlanded with Monteverdi’s most elaborate ornamentation, creating a transcendent vocal virtuosity.”
The Guardian, Tom Service

MONTEVERDI: The Sacred Music Volume 4 (Hyperion), The King’s Consort – Robert King

“…a declamatory Salve Regina for solo tenor, to whose passionate supplication Charles Daniels brings an almost amorous intensity coupled with some beautifully precise and delicate ornamentation.”
The Daily Telegraph, Elizabeth Roche

BUXTEHUDE: Sacred Cantatas Volume 2 (Hyperion), The King’s Consort – Robert King

“Charles Daniels enters fully into the exultant spirit of Lobe den Herrn, especially in its exuberant final alleluia, and the three male voices bring an almost Italianate sweetness toe Jesu dulcis memoria…”
The Daily Telegraph, Elizabeth Roche

LUDWIG SENFL: Im Maien (Harmonia Mundi), Charles Daniels with Fretwork

“Charles Daniels captures this individuality to perfection, and his characterful and excellently projected singing is complemented by Fretwork’s clear-textured and rhythmically purposeful viol playing.”
The Daily Telegraph, Elizabeth Roche

MONTEVERDI: Vespers, BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall, The King’s Consort – Robert King

“Charles Daniels’ exquisite shaping of clambant, clambant, clambant in Duo Seraphim”

KILAR: Missa pro pace, Lutoslawski Philharmonic Orchestra – Marek Pijarowski

“Charles Daniels contributes burning passion and utter conviction”
Gramophone, Marc Rochester

VIVALDI: Sacred Cantatas Volume 3

“Charles Daniels, delivers the virtuoso Peccator videbit with articulate lightness and comfortable agility.”
Gramophone, Nicholas Anderson

“a wonderful tenor solo executed with dramatic flair by Charles Daniels.”
Classic CD, Joe Staines

MONTEVERDI: Mass of Thanksgiving, Gabrieli Consort, York Early Music Festival

“Daniels was in a class of his own, effortlessly shading the music with a comprehensive range of dynamic and textual control.”
Andante, David Vickers

PURCELL: Odes, The King’s Consort, Wigmore Hall

“…Charles Daniels’s tenor, entwined by two recorders and viola, became an eloquent peacemaker.”
The Times, Hilary Finch