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Plácido Domingo is a mesmerising stage presence in sorrowful Verdi, while the world premiere of Philip Glasss The Trial unsettles Continue reading...
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Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello), Alexander Melnikov (piano)
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Despite grumbles from the chattering classes, the citys people welcomed the new venue Continue reading...
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Lawrence Zazzo (countertenor), La Nuova Musica/Bates
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Phantasm, Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford/Hyde
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Coliseum, London
Conductor Jaime Martín turns in a lively account of the score, but the production would benefit from more zest and wit Continue reading...
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Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Mark Elder conducts pianist Paul Lewis and the Hallé Orchestra in a consummate performance of Brahms, and a Dvoák walk in the park

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Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip and singer/songwriter Devendra Banhart explain why the legacy of an unassuming American cellist and composer continues to thrive

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Haydn wrote 15 operas. Thanks to English Touring Opera, theres a rare opportunity to see one of them this autumn.

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In music, performance or lyrics, its time to cross the line and truly define what is flamboyant, superfluous and OTT

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