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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Canberra, Australia

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CanberraLuminous

Britten, Janáček, Vasks
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Lior Elmaleh; Bill Henson

CanberraCelebrating Mozart

Haydn, Mozart
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Dejan Lazić

CanberraBrahms & Dvořák

Norman, Brahms, Dvořák
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Timo-Veikko Valve
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An over-ambitious Jephtha in Canberra

Andrew Goodwin (Jephtha) © Hou Leong
Some nice singing and Baroque playing don't quite make up for an over-ambitious, drab staging of a Handel oratorio in Australia's capital.
**111
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Czech mates: Selby & Friends delight

Kathryn Selby, Andrew Haveron, and Timo-Veikko Valve enchanted with a largely Czech programme of chamber music. 
****1
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Uzunstein Chamber Orchestra: Confused and Confounding

The Uzunstein Chamber Orchestra's tribute to the ANZAC's combines the intriguing and diappointing in equal measure.
***11
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Reflections on Gallipoli: enthralling and frustrating

The Gallipoli landings are etched indelibly into the Australian psyche. The Australian Chamber Orchestra offers an exploration of the campaigns which is enthralling and frustrating by turns. 
***11
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Tafelmusik: House of Dreams

Bringing together disparate art forms is no easy task, as Tafelmusik's latest concert House of Dreams sadly proves. 
**111
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Expanded ACO perform 19th-century classics at the Sydney Opera House

The Australian Chamber Orchestra is undoubtedly one of the nation’s strongest classical music “brands”, although trying to pin down the forces that make up this protean ensemble is difficult.
****1
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