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Clare College and King's Chapel, Cambridge © Christian Richardt | Wikimedia commons
Clare College and King's Chapel, Cambridge
© Christian Richardt | Wikimedia commons
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CambridgeDuruflé Requiem and Bernstein Chichester Psalms

Duruflé Requiem and Bernstein Chichester Psalms
Bernstein, Duruflé, Barber
East Anglia Chamber Orchestra; Ralph Woodward; Fairhaven Singers; Stephen Perse Foundation Choir; Bridget Hardy

CambridgeIl tabarro & Gianni Schicchi

© Richard Hubert Smith
Puccini
Michael Rosewell; James Conway; English Touring Opera; Neil Irish; Craig Smith; Sarah-Jane Lewis; Charne Rochford

CambridgeThe Marriage of FigaroNew Production

© Jane Hobson
Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Christopher Stark; Blanche McIntyre; English Touring Opera; Neil Irish; Dawid Kimberg; Nadine Benjamin; Ross Ramgobin
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Immortal thoughts: Mortal Voices

Tim Mead © Benjamin Ealovega
A mixed programme of Corelli, Handel and Pergolesi brings beauty and spiritual intensity, as well as some empowered erotic playfulness, to an evening with the Academy of Ancient Music. 
****1
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Fresh, funny, frivolous: Patience in Cambridge

Lauren Zolezzi (Patience) © Richard Hubert Smith
A joyous explosion of tuneful Victorian satire provides an unlikely, yet ideal, contrast to English Touring Opera's Tosca as their Patience tours the UK in this finely-cast, period-perfect production.
****1
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Mixed Bach from the AAM in Cambridge

The Academy of Ancient Music © Marco Borggreve
Music written by Bach for the Collegium Musicum, and also for the first Sunday after Easter, was played with skill and flourish by this exceptional orchestra;  sadly, the singing was not consistently good enough to match. 
***11
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