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

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March 2019
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CheltenhamMacbethNew production

© Creative Feast
Verdi: Macbeth
Gerry Cornelius; James Dacre; English Touring Opera; Frankie Bradshaw; Grant Doyle; Madeleine Pierard; Tanya Hurst

CheltenhamIdomeneoNew production

© Creative Feast
Mozart: Idomeneo, rè di Creta
Jonathan Peter Kenny; James Conway; English Touring Opera; Frankie Bradshaw; Christopher Turner; Catherine Carby; Galina Averina

CheltenhamElizabeth INew production

Elizabeth I
Rossini: Elisabetta, regina d'Inghilterra
John Andrews; James Conway; English Touring Opera; Frankie Bradshaw; Mary Plazas; Luciano Botelho; John-Colyn Gyeantey

CheltenhamDante String Quartet

Haydn, Howells, Beethoven
Dante Quartet

CheltenhamBach and Before - harpsichord recital

Satoko Doi-Luck, Harpsichord

CheltenhamBach Cantatas

David Crown; Cheltenham Bach Choir; Felicity Turner; Robin Baggs
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Fashion, flamboyance and fervency at Cheltenham

Choir of Keble College, Oxford © Keble College
Parisian choral works by Fauré, Dupré and Duruflé performed by candle (and electric) light in Cheltenham College Chapel.
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Callum Smart makes stunning RPO debut

Callum Smart © Patrick Allen, operaomnia.co.uk
Callum Smart, playing Bruch’s Violin Concerto no. 1 in G minor, and conductor Matthew Halls made very successful debuts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at a packed Cheltenham Town Hall.
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Boris Giltburg at Cheltenham Music Festival

Boris Giltburg was one of the must-see performers of this year’s Cheltenham Music Festival, having won the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition for pianists back in June. The hall at the Pittville Pump Room was packed full of anticipation for this renowned pianist.
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Authentic music theatre: Sound Affairs brings Michelangelo Drawing Blood to Cheltenham

Michelangelo is an iconic figure of the High Renaissance, whose profound – and possibly unparalleled – impact upon western art continues to resonate down the ages. Together with Leonardo, he epitomises the “Renaissance Man”, more a concept representing a creative ideal than a mere colloquialism for “polymath”.
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Sun shines in Cheltenham: Signum Quartet at Pittville Pump Room

The sun is out and the musical migration has begun. Many metropolis music venues decide practically to shut up shop for the summer, and the concert junkie needs to uproot and search out top classical music at one of the summer festivals that spring up seasonally.
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Sundog and James Rhodes at the Cheltenham Music Festival

This double-bill concert was a fantastic success at Cheltenham’s Town Hall. It had been moved from the main stage to a smaller side-room, but rather than this being to the detriment of the performance, this enhanced it. The performers were up close, which created a personal recital in an intimate setting.
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