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

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GlasgowChan Conducts Romeo and Juliet

Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Elim Chan; Lukáš Vondrácek

GlasgowBerlioz’s ‘Lélio’

Berlioz
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Joana Carneiro; Karen Cargill; Andrew Tortise; Sam Furness; Neal Davies

Glasgow[INSIDE]OUT Schumann

Schumann
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Sir Roger Norrington; Tom Redmond

GlasgowNorrington Conducts Schumann

Schumann, Mozart
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Sir Roger Norrington; Francesca Dego

GlasgowDvorák's New World Symphony

Mathias, Brahms, Dvořák
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Gilbert Varga; Kristóf Baráti

GlasgowAfternoon Performance: John Wilson Conducts Rachmaninov

Bernstein, Barber, Rachmaninov
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; John Wilson; Elizabeth Reiter
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Anthropocene: a timely chiller from Scottish Opera

Jennifer France (Ice) © James Glossop

Climate change, challenged egos and a strange Ice woman tell a gruesome tale in Anthropocene, a finely sung new opera from Stuart MacRae, with libretto from Louise Welsh, set in the Arctic with a cinematic score.

***11
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Stylish, witty double bill at RCS

Arthur Bruce (Gianni Schicchi) © Royal Conservatoire of Scotland | Robbie McFadzean

Commedia dell'arte and zany surrealism: RCS opera school pulls off a highly amusing double bill of Gianni Schicchi and Les Mamelles de Tirésias with style.

****1
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Utterly thrilling: Prelude – Skydiving from a Dream

Prelude – Skydiving from a dream © Louise Mather
Prelude – Skydiving from a Dream from Scottish Ensemble and Andersson Dance: mesmeric choreographed Bach and Lutosławski with a blistering performance of Beethoven’s Grosse Fugue played from memory and on the move. Thrilling, daring and exciting.
*****
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A dark, unflinching Rigoletto from Scottish Opera

Lina Johnson (Gilda) © Julie Howden
More relevant than ever, the patriarchal nightmare of Verdi's Rigoletto is dark and unflinching in Scottish Opera's revival of their 2011 production, with some striking scenes and fine singing.
****1
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Vibrant Rachmaninov One from Søndergård and the RSNO

Thomas Søndergård © Andy Buchanan
Thomas Søndergård and the RSNO with a beguiling performance of Ravel’s Schéhérazade from Catriona Morison, vivid Peer Gynt from Grieg and a vibrant Rachmaninov’s First Symphony
****1
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Magnificent 10th birthday: Amicus plays Strauss and Mahler

Anush Hovhannisyan © Vardan Aslanyan
Amicus chamber orchestra celebrated its NYOS roots by inviting 25 young players to join them for their powerful 10th Anniversary concert, conducted by Catherine Larsen-Maguire with Glasgow-trained soprano Anush Hovhannisyan.
****1
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