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Composer: Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974)

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LondonLes Sonores de France

Widor, Milhaud, Messiaen, Boulez
Adam Walker; Alasdair Beatson

Saffron WaldenBBC Concert Orchestra

BBC Concert Orchestra
Sibelius, Glazunov, Monti, Grieg, Jenkins, Vaughan Williams, Milhaud, Bizet
BBC Concert Orchestra; Rumon Gamba; Jess Gillam; Thomas Gould

LiverpoolBoulanger

Boulanger
Boulanger, Tailleferre, Satie, Milhaud, Bizet, Chaminade, Ravel
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Jessica Cottis; Alexandra Dăriescu; Cormac Henry

HerfordKammerkonzert 4

Ibert, Milhaud, Schifrin, Taffanel, Poulenc
ARUNDOSquintett; Haewon Shin

StockholmMadrigals

Wolf, Rabe, Lauridsen, Milhaud, Parry
Unknown; Swedish Radio Choir
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New year celebrations at Sage Gateshead

Jess Gillam © Kaupo Kikkas
A joyful evening of Franco-Brazilian dance music with Royal Northern Sinfonia and Jess Gillam as part of Sage Gateshead's New Year New Music 2019 festival.
****1
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Musikdorf Ernen lights up the sky

Sally Beamish © Ashley Coombes
Nestled in the alps, Musikdorf Ernen’s chamber music festival concerts recently began its annual Kammermusik Plus weeks with works that showcased some extraordinary young talents.
****1
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A noisy rendition of The Guilty Mother

Jennifer Black (Rosine) © On Site Opera
The opera can be summed up by a line sung by the Countess in Act 4: “You’re killing her with all this noise.”
*1111
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Le Bœuf sur le toit: Roaring Twenties Paris

Marcela Roggeri © Jean-Baptiste Millot
Milhaud reported “a spirit of carefree gaiety reigned” in 1920s Paris, a spirit Marcela Roggeri and François Chaplin's varied programme aimed to evoke.
***11
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A moving double bill of French tragedy

Anne-Marie Loveday (Eurydice) and Alexey Gusev (Orphée) © RCS | Julie Howden
Music, singing and movement blend together in a powerfully moving double bill of French Tragedy, Les Malheurs d’Orphée and Le Vin herbé  at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.   
****1
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