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To tackle a programme including Mahler’s First Symphony after one week’s acquaintance together would be a tall order for any ..read more
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Clonter Opera is 45 years old – what began as a kind of summer party for enthusiasts sitting on bales of straw in a barn has become a ..read more
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While Manchester International Festival prides itself on its biennial ‘new work’ (sometimes less than complete, less than new or less ..read more
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Seen in Salford on tour in 2015, Jeff Clarke’s reinterpretation of Offenbach’s operetta for Opera della Luna has been revamped for the ..read more
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Shelley Jackson (Tatyana) and George Humphreys (Onegin) in Eugene Onegin at Buxton International Festival (picture: Genevieve Girling) ..read more
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Buxton Festival is 40 years old this year, and offering the mix of contrasting operatic experience it has so often in the past. There’s ..read more
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The Royal Northern College of Music’s end-of-year symphony concert is a special occasion. This year we heard a solo pianist surely ..read more
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Mark Simpson, BBC Philharmonic composer in association, wrote his clarinet concerto for himself to play, and was soloist in its world ..read more
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There were three fascinating concerts on in Manchester on 2nd May: the BBC Philharmonic, under Martyn Brabbins, performing Tippett, Britten ..read more
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I don’t usually review CDs except at Christmas, but one new release has really caught my imagination. It’s the sound of the grand organ ..read more

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