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United Kingdom's Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance

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GlasgowComposers' Hub Workshop

Various: New Works
Royal Scottish National Orchestra

ManchesterWest Side Story

Bernstein: West Side Story
Mark Aspinall; Sarah Frankcom; Unknown; Anna Fleischle; Polly Sullivan; Gabriela Garcia; Andy Coxon

LeicesterElizabeth INew production

Elizabeth I
Rossini: Elisabetta, regina d'Inghilterra
John Andrews; James Conway; English Touring Opera; Frankie Bradshaw; Mary Plazas; Luciano Botelho; John-Colyn Gyeantey

LondonBoléro

Ravel
London Symphony Orchestra; François-Xavier Roth; Jean-Paul Fouchécourt; Isabelle Druet; Thomas Dolié; Stanislas de Barbeyrac

LondonAnne Page

Anne Page, Organ
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A mostly solemn Good Friday in Belfast

Aoife Miskelly © Marshall Light Studio
Mozart’s early youthful 29th Symphony felt rather misplaced in this otherwise solemn concert from Rafael Payare, Ulster Orchestra and the Belfast Philharmonic Choir. 
****1
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Wilson and the OAE return a “not guilty” verdict

Louise Alder © Gerard Collett
A classy and charming adventure through Gilbert & Sullivan with the OAE and John Wilson .
***11
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A story that deserves to be told: Isango Ensemble's SS Mendi

Isango Ensemble © The Other Richard
The 20 strong ensemble allies African choral singing of the highest calibre to movement, percussion and drama to give a potent reading of a World War I incident that should not be forgotten.
****1
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Songs without words from Davis and the BBCSO

Sir Andrew Davis © Lucas Dawson

The BBC Symphony Orchestra and its conductor laureate Sir Andrew Davis brought three seemingly disparate orchestral works, united by their songfulness and ravishing sounds, vividly to life.

****1
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La forza dei Cristofori: Loy and Maltman raise hell

Yusuf Eyvasov (Don Alvaro) © ROH | Bill Cooper
Short of the three lead stars of its opening, the Royal Opera's La forza del destino remains a thrilling evening, powered by Christof Loy's interesting staging and virile singing from Christopher Maltman.
****1
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