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Composer: Stanford, Charles Villiers (1852-1924)

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LondonSongs of the Heart and Hereafter

© Photo: Shirley Suarez
Coleridge-Taylor, Stanford, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Mahler
Elizabeth Llewellyn; Simon Lepper

SingaporeVCH Organ Series: If With All Your Hearts

Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Stanford
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Evelyn Ang; Joshua Chang; Phoon Yu

LondonNicky Spence and Roger Vignoles

Schumann, Shostakovich, Britten, Musgrave, Hughes, Stanford, Howells, Respighi, Rodrigo, Debussy, Strauss R., Wolf
Nicky Spence; Roger Vignoles

DublinTowards 2022

Stanford, Buckley, Boyle
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; David Brophy; Fergal Caulfield

LondonMichael Collins

Reinecke, Stanford, Brahms, Debussy, Betinis, Franck
Michael Collins; Michael McHale
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A rare outing for Stanford's Travelling Companion

Julien Van Mellaerts (The Travelling Companion) and David Horton (John) © Robert Knights
Charles Villiers Stanford's The Travelling Companion is performed at Cadogan Hall by New Sussex Opera. 
****1
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Lullabies and dreams from Connolly and Middleton

Dame Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
The perfect invitation to daydream on a hot afternoon. 
*****
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British Classics with a difference

Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
A pleasant afternoon's entertainment with grand sweeps and some beautiful singing by Roderick Williams.
***11
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Leeds Lieder's Songs of the Sea leaves audience buoyant

Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
Songs of the Sea, the opening concert of the Leeds Lieder Festival, leaves the audience in a happy and buoyant mood.
****1
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The King's Singers charm Dublin

The King's Singers © Axel Nickolaus
Madrigals and Folksongs: the King's Singers entertain and delight in a progromme spanning 400 years with glorious singing. 
****1
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