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

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BristolMessiah Part 1

Handel: Messiah
Hilary Campbell; Bristol Choral Society; Bristol Ensemble; Charlotte Mobbs; Martha McLorinan
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Welsh National Opera on tour: a musically powerful Madama Butterfly

Lindy Hume's new production works reasonably well in allowing the story to be told with sufficient emotional weight.
****1
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Nureyev's Romeo and Juliet

ENB performs Nureyev's Romeo ad Juliet, a production preoccupied with death, which lurks in every corner.
***11
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Unfamiliar Russians break the routine

Kirill Karabits leads the BSO in music by Glazunov and Tchaikovsky, which prove more appealing that David Fray's Beethoven.
****1
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Triumphant Tchaikovsky from Nikolaj Znaider and the LSO

The conductor and soloist usually have a close relationship, but rarely are they the same person. Nikolaj Znaider demonstrated his musical prowess as both a violin soloist and as conductor commanding the London Symphony Orchestra.
****1
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Memoirs of a Pear-Shaped Life: the essence of Satie

In Memoirs of a Pear-Shaped Life, Erik Satie, the eccentric French Normandy composer, was defined on stage in three different forms, each with a bowler hat, in a music theatre performance of Satie's life.
***11
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Labèque sisters captivate with Schubert and Glass

Two interlocking grand pianos, the front with its lid removed, centred the stage of pale pink lights at St George’s. The Labèque sisters, Katia and Marielle perform Ravel, Schubert, Bernstein and Glass. 
****1
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