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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Blandford Forum, United Kingdom

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Guardian Angel: Rachel Podger and VOCES8

Rachel Podger © Theresa Pewal
Angels abound as Rachel Podger joins with VOCES8 for a collaborative exploration built around music from her Guardian Angel album.
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Light shining through tears: VOCES8 at Milton Abbey

VOCES8 © Ikon Arts
Light shines through tears in a concert with a luxurious line-up of VOCES8, the Academey of Ancient Music and Robert Hollingworth at the Milton Abbey Music Festival in Dorset. 
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Sins of the fathers: Le Cid at Dorset Opera Festival

Leonardo Capalbo (Rodrigue) and Dorset Opera Chorus © Fritz Curzon
Dorset Opera Festival's bold decision to programme Massenet's obscure opera about a medieval Castilian hero proves to be a major success.
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A girl next door: La bohème at Dorset Opera Festival

Lauren Michelle (Musetta) and Charles Johnston (Alcindoro) © Fritz Curzon
It's not easy to imagine a freezing Parisian attic when you're in the middle of the rolling Dorset countryside in a baking summer, but Dorset Opera's excellent production of Puccini's La bohème is atmospheric enough to do so.
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Dorset Opera deals with the devil in Gounod's Faust

Mark S Doss (Méphistophélès) and Sarah Pring (Marthe) © Dorset Opera
Dorset Opera's second opera of their season saw a fiendishly good performance from Mark S Doss as Méphistophélès supported by a strong cast in Christopher Cowell's economical production.
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Threesome? Sheep? Le Comte Ory at Dorset Opera

Jennifer France (Countess Adèle) and Nico Darmanin (Count Ory) © Dorset Opera
A simple, but funny production with a strong cast and an enthusiastic chorus brought Rossini's comedy to life.
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