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

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NottinghamAfter Hours: SCAW Duo

Piazzolla, Kelly
Sarah Watts; Antony Clare

NottinghamThe Hallé with Cristian Macelaru and Nicola Benedetti

Bernstein, Marsalis, Mussorgsky
The Hallé; Cristian Măcelaru; Nicola Benedetti

NottinghamThe Hallé Christmas Concert

Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Franck, Hess, Silvestri, Bizet, Adam, Loewe, Fonteyn, Styne, Pierpont, Martin, Pola, Berlin, Anderson
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Quirijn de Lang

NottinghamVivaldi Four Seasons at Christmas

Pachelbel, Corelli, Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi
The Piccadilly Sinfonietta; Warren Mailley-Smith; Katie Stillman

NottinghamBBC Philharmonic with Vassily Sinaisky

Schmidt, Rachmaninov, Dvořák
BBC Philharmonic; Vassily Sinaisky; Sunwook Kim

NottinghamSunday Piano Series: George Harliono

Haydn, Brahms, Schumann
George Harliono, Piano
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The Hallé ends its Nottingham season in high spirits

The Hallé brings its Nottingham concert season to an end with a programme of popular French and Russian works.  
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Fitzwilliam Quartet give revelatory performance of Bruckner's String Quintet at Nottingham University

Bach’s Die Kunst der Fuge consists of 15 fugues (the last unfinished) and 4 canons, with no instrumentation specified - hence the subject of much discussion and controversy. The Fitzwilliam Quartet chose to play three of the fugues, beginning with the ‘simplest’, where the theme of the 14 completed fugues is presented.