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June 2018
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North West German Philharmonic

AldeburghFestival Masterclasses: Classical Song

Julia Faulkner; Anne Sofie von Otter; Matthew Rose; John Fisher

AmsterdamNeues Stück 1

Neues Stück 1
Neues Stück 1
Dimitris Papaioannou; Tanztheater Wuppertal


Bo Koek; Tido Visser; De Warme Winkel; Bernadette Corstens; Nederlands Kamerkoor; Will-Jan Pielage; Prem Scholte Albers

AmsterdamGurdjieff Ensemble meets Hewar

Gurdjieff Ensemble meets Hewar
Gurdjieff, Vardapet, Mansurian
Gurdjieff Folk Instruments Ensemble; Hewar
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Bangarra: The darkness between the stars

Beau Dean Riley Smith, Kane Sultan-Babij and Yolanta Lowatta in Dark Emu © Daniel Boud
Dark Emu is a beautifully choreographed dance response to Bruce Pascoe's award-winning book.  In combining current debate with millenia-old living tradition, it is both topical and profoundly poetic.
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Williamson breaks new ground with BRB

Artists of BRB in Williamson's Embrace © Emma Kauldhar
It is good to see Birmingham Royal Ballet in such fine fettle. This triple bill is well conceived and deftly performed. Not always flawless in its execution, but a five star programme nonetheless.
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Giselle at the time of Communism: Boris Eifman’s Red Giselle

Eifman Ballet in Red Giselle © Yulia Kudryashova
Opening this short Saison Russe in Berlin is Boris Eifman’s most iconic ballet, Red Giselle, a skilful tribute of the choreographer to the great Russian ballerina Olga Spessivtseva.
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Ballet Black: a contrasting bill of Shakespearian envy and whimsy

Ballet Black in The Suit © SNS Group
Ballet Black delights the Glasgow Tramway with a contrasting double-bill of Shakespearian envy and whimsy.
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Melodies of Istanbul present a rich blend at Istanbul Music Festival

Hakan Güngör © Courtesy of Istanbul Music Festival
The complexities of Istanbul's rich culture and history, explored in a heady mixture of music from Bach to Afganistan, played by the Melodies of Istanbul Orchestra, directed by Hakan Güngör. 
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