Articles by Mark Pullinger

Mark Pullinger

Snow boots on for an exuberant Tchaikovsky 1 from Michail Jurowski and the LPO

By , 23 November 2017
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Debussy Perspectives: Philippe Cassard dons his dancing shoes at Wigmore Hall

By , 21 November 2017
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Joyce DiDonato leads the vocal pyrotechnics in a dazzling Semiramide at the Royal Opera

By , 19 November 2017
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From lamentation to jubilation: Bernstein celebrated in style by Marin Alsop and the LSO

By , 09 November 2017
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Tragedy undermined: Peter Brook's La Tragédie de Carmen at Wilton's Music Hall

By , 05 November 2017
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There's still plenty of life in Bintley's Penguin Café

By , 04 November 2017
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Esther Yoo's affectionate Tchaikovsky the highlight of a disappointing evening with the Philharmonia

By , 03 November 2017
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“Committing to the truth of the moment”: the birth of a new opera company

By , 02 November 2017
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Gold-plated Don Carlos cast compensates for Warlikowski’s frosty Paris staging

By , 31 October 2017
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Wrath, hellfire and Soviet shadows from Orozco-Estrada and the LPO

By , 26 October 2017
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“Or not to be”: dislocated Shakespeare as Brett Dean’s Hamlet is revived for Glyndebourne’s tour

By , 22 October 2017
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Natalya Romaniw an imperious Tatyana as Tchaikovsky is unleashed from the Mayflower pit

By , 19 October 2017
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Getting to the heart of Don Alfonso: Così fan tutte revived for Glyndebourne Tour

By , 14 October 2017
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Herheim’s lavish Vêpres siciliennes returns to Covent Garden in triumphant style

By , 13 October 2017
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Music in their hearts: Yannick Nézet-Séguin on taking his Orchestre Métropolitain on tour

By , 12 October 2017
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Valery Gergiev and a youthful Mariinsky surge through Scheherazade

By , 09 October 2017
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Alice Sara Ott: Music can’t be perfection

By , 09 October 2017
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On the edge of the precipice: Britten and Mahler from Janine Jansen, Semyon Bychkov and the LSO

By , 06 October 2017
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Billowing silk and blue hair: Phelim McDermott creates an evocative Aida for ENO

By , 29 September 2017
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“It’s a balls-buster!” Latonia Moore on tackling Aida

By , 25 September 2017
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