Benjamin Hulett and Peter Harvey are also appropriately commanding in this performance. Hulett is still relatively new to the early music scene but performs an impressive pair of arias at the beginning of the work and an especially touching 'Behold and see, if there be any sorrow'
|Ed Breen/Musical Criticism, 7 June 2009|
'The star of the solo quartet is the newest, youngest voice, Benjamin Hulett, whose attractively ardent tenor is strikingly effective from his first 'Comfort ye'.' Andrew McGregor, CD Review BBC Radio 3
|Andrew McGregor, CD Review BBC Radio 3|
'Benjamin Hulett’s firm lyric tenor voice is a great pleasure to hear.'