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

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GatesheadParsifalNew concert staging

Wagner: Parsifal
Richard Farnes; PJ Harris; Opera North; Toby Spence; Katarina Karnéus; Brindley Sherratt; Robert Hayward
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Sir Roger, over and out: Norrington bids a fond farewell with Haydn

After decades as a period instrument revolutionary, the 87-year old conductor bows out with “Dr Haydn's London Academy”, an entertaining recreation of concert-going in the 1790s.
****1
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Spring has Sprung: Paul McCreesh and the RNS

Effortless Vaughan Williams from Maria Włoszczowska, with atmospheric Musgrave and a blooming Schumann First Symphony. 
***11
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Farrenc's Third Symphony the star at Sage Gateshead

The Royal Northern Sinfonia under Duncan Ward performed works by Robert Schumann, Hector Berlioz and Louise Farrenc. 
****1
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Royal Northern Sinfonia’s central European romance

Royal Northern Sinfonia and Lars Vogt take us on a joyful dance through central Europe in the company of Brahms, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Dvořák.
****1
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Royal Northern Sinfonia struggles to find its Russian soul

Opening their season with an all-Russian programme, Royal Northern Sinfonia ventured beyond the standard chamber orchestra repertoire, with patchy results.
**111
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Los Angeles Master Chorale: Lagrime

Peter Sellars' dramatised production of di Lasso's Lagrime di San Pietro is stunningly sung by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, but the dramatic element causes problems.
****1
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