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

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SnapeLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Dionysis Grammenos; James Conway; English Touring Opera; Florence de Maré; Mark Howland; English Touring Opera Orchestra

SnapeThe Golden Cockerel

Rimsky-Korsakov: Le Coq d'or (The Golden Cockerel)
Gerry Cornelius; James Conway; English Touring Opera; Neil Irish; Rory Beaton; English Touring Opera Orchestra
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Sinfonia of London excels in English works for strings

Two dozen heroes played one of the house composer’s most intense and technically demanding scores with bravura skill and a collegiate musicality that stirred the spirit.
****1
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Dazzling virtuosity from Wilson, Kolesnikov and the Sinfonia of London

A rare outing for Britten's Piano Concerto in the opening concert of the Britten Weekend in Suffolk.
*****
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The OAE: why it's not wise to always see double

Sometimes streaming a concert unadorned with context or contrast is not enough.
***11
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Impassioned musicianship at Snape's “Britten and Russia” weekend

Britten's Cello Symphony and a no-holds-barred account of Shostakovich’s mighty Tenth Symphony at Snape Maltings
****1
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Scintillating Britten at Snape Maltings

Six concerts of Suffolk’s finest home-grown produce garnished with side orders of Mozart, Copland and Elgar.
*****
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Pastel-perfect hell: To See The Invisible

Emily Howard's new opera, an Aldeburgh Festival commission, takes an ambitiously modernist approach to a dystopian story of loneliness: a tough, but thought-provoking work. 
****1
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