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WinchesterThe Choral Pilgrimage 2019: Winchester

The Choral Pilgrimage 2019: Winchester
Tavener, Sheppard, Whitacre, Wylkynson, Fayrfax, Jackson, MacMillan
Eamonn Dougann; The Sixteen
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Royal Choral Society impresses with Russian music

Natalya Romaniw © Patrick Allen, Opera Omnia
Intended to signify the contribution of Russian music to the Western canon, the Royal Choral Society gave admirable performances of two major choral works, rarely heard in Winchester Cathedral.
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London Bridge Trio and guests in Winchester

Mozart and Schubert were performed with superb technical assurance and cool precision as part of the Winchester Chamber Music Festival.
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"For the Fallen": BSO in Winchester Cathedral

Seven works by English composers created a journey from beauty to death as Remembrance day approaches. There wasn't much dwelling on the horrors of war itself, but plenty of human emotion and a sense of life sadly lost.
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Heartfelt Schumann and stylish Brahms in Winchester

This Winchester Chamber Music Festival programme made a stab at being eclectic, with two sets of early 20th century Webern miniatures to start. Yet the meat was in two substantial Romantic works by Schumann and Brahms. 
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Heath Quartet sparkles at Winchester’s Discovery Centre

Members of the London Bridge Ensemble and the Heath Quartet enthralled a capacity audience at the Discovery Centre in the fourth event of the Winchester Chamber Music Festival. The main focus this year was Beethoven and Schumann, the music selected to highlight their musical development at specific times in their careers.
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The Earth Resounds: The Sixteen Choral Pilgrimage 2012

By calling this year’s Choral Pilgrimage tour The Earth Resounds and including excerpts from a piece known as the “Earthquake mass”, Harry Christophers and The Sixteen created an expectation of drama and excitement before they’d sung a single note.
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