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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Basingstoke, United Kingdom

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Mozart’s final flourish from the OAE at The Anvil

Iván Fischer © Akos Stiller

Handsome, if not razor-sharp, performances of familiar repertoire, given with affection, ear-catching colour and boundless vitality.

****1
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City Noir: BSO impresses at The Anvil

Kirill Karabits © Konrad Cwik

Music across a century from two different cultural spaces made for a fascinating journey with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Kirill Karabits as superb guides.

****1
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CBSO in compelling form at the Anvil

Denis Kozhukhin © Marco Borggreve
An evening of first-class music making from one of the UK's top orchestras in a varied programme that showed off the strengths of all concerned.  
*****
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Forging ahead: Philharmonia celebrates The Anvil's 25th anniversary

Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Martyn Brabbins and the Philharmonia © Belinda Lawley
Kanneh-Mason's tone was luminous, his accuracy formidable, his commitment complete.
****1
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Russian flames set The Anvil alight

Nemanja Radulović © Charlotte Abramow | DG
An animated performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto from Radulović along with a gripping account of Rachmaninov's First Symphony makes for a splendid night of Russian fire with the BSO. 
*****
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Transcended Bruckner with the BSO in Basingstoke

Kirill Karabits © Sasha Gusov
Shining brass highlighted an honest Bruckner Eight which was preceded by Mozart’s Piano Concerto in A major played by Robert Levin.
***11
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