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Composer: Bennett, Richard Rodney (1936-2012)

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Year of birth1936
Year of death2012
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
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LondonA celebration of British cinema

A celebration of British cinema
Jarre, Rachmaninov, Mozart, Arnold, Rota, Bennett, Bliss
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Anthony Weeden; Piers Lane

TringTring Chamber Music 2019 - Champagne Flute

Mozart, Bennett, Reger, Beethoven
Katherine Baker; Paul Barritt; Garfield Jackson; Josephine Horder

WorcesterSummer Serenade with the Elgar Chorale

Bennett, Rutter, Britten, Hunt
Piers Maxim; Elgar Chorale of Worcester
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Sarah Connolly brings the best of British to Tuscany

Dame Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
Dame Sarah Connolly and Julius Drake savour the al fresco surrounds of the Villa Foce to produce a delightful evening of eclectic music in four languages. Delizioso!
***11
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A class act at Brighton Festival

Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
A packed recital given by mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly at Brighton Festival.    
****1
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A Night at the Ashton Museum

Ricardo Graziano, Danielle Brown and Jamie Carter in Valses Nobles et Sentimentales © Yi-Chun Wu
Sir Frederick Ashton was a choreographic genius but not everything he created rose to that level, as this program showed.
***11
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A blossoming relationship

A clever programme of mid-20th century American music by Carter, Copland and contemporaries, watered down with a light sprinkling of Arlen and Gershwin.
****1
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Prom 65: Wars on the ground and in space at the Film Music Prom

Hot on the heels of this year’s Hollywood Rhapsody Prom came its less glamorous, perhaps geekier sibling, the Film Music Prom. There was less of the fanfare and opulence here; this was about the silver screen (and by that, I don’t mean the sort that is coming back into use for 3D films) and sci-fi.
***11
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