Steven Caldicott Wilson’s limpid tenor was marked by wondrous phrasing and aching lyricism in ‘Thy rebuke hath broken his heart.’

Landon Hegedus
Chicago Classical Review

Steven Caldicott Wilson was a powerful, polished and moving Evangelist.

Steve Smith
New York Times

The soloists were well matched in the duets, and consistently moving in their solo contributions.

Allan Kozinn
New York Times

The part of Nicolas was sung with steadiness and sensitivity by the tenor Steven Caldicott Wilson, who was impassioned without ever straining, and calm in his death scene.

Zachary Woolfe
New York Times


G​ö​del, Escher, Bach

Song cycle for tenor and piano

Thomas Oboe Lee composer
Tae Kim piano
Texts excerpted from “Gödel, Escher, Bach” by Douglas R. Hofstadter

Recorded in the Fraser Studio,
GBH Boston April 1, 2024
Antonio Oliart audio engineer and editor


new york polyphony
small ensemble


professional choral

Res Facta, led by Ryan James Brandau, project-based ensemble of 14 vocalists
Selections from live recording, St. Ignatius of Antioch NYC, September 8, 2023
Audio used with permission. Please do not copy or distribute.