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

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BrightonLa Traviata . New Sussex Opera

Verdi: La traviata
New Sussex Opera; Jana Holesworth; Oswaldo Irehata; Deidre McCabe
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Les Talens Lyriques come to Brighton Festival

Christophe Rousset © Eric Larrayadieu
Energetic playing, clarity and precision from Christophe Rousset and Les Talens Lyriques in three dramatic pieces by Monteverdi, but some weighty singing obscures the detail. 
***11
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A class act at Brighton Festival

Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
A packed recital given by mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly at Brighton Festival.    
****1
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Haydn, Mendelssohn, Britten... and passing seagulls

Elias String Quartet © Benjamin Ealovega
The classy Elias String Quartet brighten the morning with enjoyable Haydn and Mendelssohn, but Britten doesn't sit quite right. 
***11
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Heroines of the Golden Age

Dame Emma Kirkby © Rayfield Allied
Dame Emma Kirkby and Jakob Lindberg delight with an intimate and varied programme on the theme “Heroines of the Golden Age” at Brighton Early Music Festival. 
****1
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Claire Cunningham : Simply powerful

Inspired by the work of Hieronymus Bosch, Claire Cunningham holds nothing back in baring her soul and her body, in this solo full of honesty and emotion.
****1
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Imaginative programming from the Britten Oboe Quartet

The Britten Oboe Quartet gave highly engaging and communicative performances of an imaginative and intelligent programme, with cerebral serialism from Elisabeth Lutyens combined with early Elgar, Britten and sublime Mozart to finish.
****1
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