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Carroll, Roy
April 2018
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DublinAkram Khan's Giselle

Akram Khan's *Giselle*
Adam: Giselle
Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Akram Khan; English National Ballet

DublinVivaldi's Four Seasons by Candlelight

Vivaldi's Four Seasons by Candlelight
Mendelssohn, Holst, Arensky, Telemann, Vivaldi
London Concertante

DublinTrpčeski Plays Tchaikovsky

Trpčeski Plays Tchaikovsky
Elgar, Tchaikovsky, Walton
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Kirill Karabits; Simon Trpčeski

DublinVivaldi Concertos by Candlelight

Vivaldi Concertos by Candlelight
Vivaldi, Bach
London Concertante

BantryOpening Concert

Kodály, Bacewicz, Beethoven
Mairéad Hickey; Ella van Poucke; Dudok Quartet; Quatuor Danel
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Riveting Rachmaninov and Brahms from Stutzmann, Gryaznov and RTÉ NSO

Nathalie Stutzmann © Simon Fowler
A night to remember: an exciting Rachmaninov Piano Concerto no. 2 from Gryaznov and a passionate Brahms Symphony no. 1.
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Fun and frolics at Irish National Opera's Figaro

Jonathan Lemalu (Figaro) and Tara Erraught (Susanna) © Pat Redmond
A wonderful ful-filled caper by the Irish National Opera of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro with Erraught as Susanna and Miskelly as Cherubino really impressing. 
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RTÉ NSO delivers enjoyable Nielsen, Ravel and Sibelius

Javier Perianes © Josep Molina
A charming rendition of Nielsen's Aladdin Suite and Ravel’s Piano Concerto made up the first half while Martín gave us a romantic rendition of Sibelius’ Fifth Symphony.
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Powder Her Face is gloriously kinky in Dublin

Mary Plazas (The Duchess) and Adrian Dwyer (Waiter) © Pat Redmond
Top accolades go to soprano Mary Plazas, whose Duchess was at once despicable for her sense of entitlement and her racist and anti-Semitic views, and heartbreakingly vulnerable with her realisation at the end that "the only people who were ever good to me were paid for it".
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An exhilarating concert of Lalo, Elgar and Beethoven

Nathalie Stutzmann © Simon Fowler
Stutzmann continues to impress with her excellent insight and musicianship with a satisfying Lalo overture and a masterful Beethoven Fifth Symphony. Cellist Alban Gerhardt delivers a rewarding Elgar concerto. 
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