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2014/12/21 00:51
2014/12/21 00:51
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Strauss’s Rosenkavalier at Glyndebourne Festival Appearances mattered almost as much as sound. At Glyndebourne Festival, rising young mezzo-soprano Tara Erraught was at the centre of a storm over...
2014/12/21 00:51
2014/12/21 00:51
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2014/12/19 20:37
2014/12/19 20:37
1d
Now the choir, whose history includes such notable names as Sir Charles Villiers Stanford and Ralph Vaughan Williams, can also add the title of the brainiest cultural institution in Britain to its...
2014/12/19 16:34
2014/12/19 16:34
2d
Familar faces fly into the tale of NeverlandPeter Pan at Norwich Theatre Royal Friday, December 19, 2014 Norwich Threatre Royal’s Peter Pan features a host of familiar faces - from long time panto...
2014/12/19 12:09
2014/12/19 12:09
2d
The Royal Opera at Covent Garden holds up resiliently, thanks in part to its cachet and brilliant marketing – Glyndebourne likewise. But despite its sharp edge of adventure and innovation, English...
2014/12/19 01:09
2014/12/19 01:09
2d
The "world class" Untitled Projects, led by artistic director Stewart Laing, is to be put on ice indefinitely after the company applied for, but failed to get, a three-year support package from...
2014/12/17 12:09
2014/12/17 12:09
4d
At Classic FM, his performance has been solid. The bar may have been set low when he took over, but it hasn’t sunk any further on his watch. He is generally liked internally and certainly not a...
2014/12/12 14:01
2014/12/12 14:01
9d
Boy Meets Martian. Aoife O’Sullivan and Victoria Simmonds in The Way Back Home © Stephen Cummiskey There are plenty of pantomimes and other family-orientated shows to take the kids to this Christmas....
2014/12/03 14:13
2014/12/03 14:13
18d
In today’s Times, former Westminster wag Matthew Parris praises BBC2 comedy Ambassadors, set in a fictional Central Asian country and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. “The episode involving a...
2014/11/30 00:51
2014/11/30 00:51
21d
The Gospel According to the Other Mary at the English National Opera: Review CONTEMPORARY opera throws aside modish minimalism and delivers as satisfying evening as the great classics Last week’s...
2014/11/26 17:55
2014/11/26 17:55
25d
Review: 'I have rarely felt so bored by an opera' The Gospel According To The Other Mary THE actors' anguished expressions and irritable arm-flapping make The Gospel According To The Other Mary by...
2014/11/24 09:08
2014/11/24 09:08
27d
Peter Sellars’s new opera opens with a drug addict banging her head against the bars of a prison cell in what the American director says conceptualises a woman’s version of the Passion. Seen at the...
2014/11/23 11:01
2014/11/23 11:01
28d
The Gospel According To The Other Mary: More Must-Hear Than Must-See Listening to a new work by the American composer John Adams, now 67, makes a lot of contemporary classical music sound dull. His...
2014/11/22 12:09
2014/11/22 12:09
29d
But after the interval, the drama quickens and sharpens, as Adams’s music catches fire in an orchestral interlude of brazen savagery worthy of Prokofiev. A haunting muttering lament follows Jesus to...
2014/11/21 15:46
2014/11/21 15:46
30d
Mezzo-soprano Kathryn Rudge will have the memory of her dad firmly in her thoughts when she sings at the The Childwall singer’s father, George Rudge, 58, died on Tuesday after losing an eight-year...
2014/11/21 11:51
2014/11/21 11:51
30d
Hampstead and Highgate gear up for an action packed weekend of Christmas festivals Hampstead and Highgate villages are both holding their annual Christmas festivals this weekend. Picture: Polly...
2014/11/20 11:12
2014/11/20 11:12
1m
Their voices are almost completely missing from the Bible, yet it was women who were closest to Jesus in his final days. The Gospel According to the Other Mary, a new opera by John Adams, tells the...
2014/12/21 00:51
2014/12/21 00:51
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