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CardiffBBC National Orchestra of Wales

Maconchy, Britten, Elgar
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Tadaaki Otaka; Simone Lamsma

CardiffBBC National Orchestra of Wales

Ives, Szymanowski, Adams
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Ryan Bancroft; Bomsori Kim

CardiffThe Sixteen's Choral Pilgrimage 2023: A Watchful Gaze. Llandaff

Harry Christophers; The Sixteen

CardiffIceland Symphony Orchestra

Thorvaldsdottir, Beethoven, Chaikovskiï
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Eva Ollikainen

CardiffLucie Jones with the Fulltone Orchestra

Kander, Mitchell, Lloyd Webber, Schwartz, Arlen, Schoenberg, Barry
Fulltone Orchestra; Lucie Jones

CardiffBBC National Orchestra of Wales

Clyne, Chaikovskiï, Rachmaninoff
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; James Feddeck; Daniel Ciobanu
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Wild oscillations in Cardiff unite Beethoven, Schumann and Ligeti

The BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Ryan Bancroft and violinist Anthony Marwood deliver an evening of rapid gear-shifting, punchy momentum, dancing lyricism and mischief at Hoddinott Hall.

Beware of what you wish for: The Makropulos Affair at WNO

Olivia Fuchs gives a powerful staging of Janáček's morality tale of the perils of eternal youth, with an excellent cast, but there are reservations about the title role.

WNO’s belated 75th birthday party gets off to a triumphant start

WNO finally emerges from the pandemic with a performance of The Barber of Seville full of emotion and elation.

WNO’s Figaro revival crackles with humour and exudes joie de vivre

A solid Figaro in Cardiff, in which individual performances are a joy, and humour abounds. 

WNO tackles Vêpres but the vocal fireworks fail to ignite

David Pountney completes his “Verdi trilogy” for the company but although his staging has fluidity, it lacks an explosive ending... and the vocal performances disappoint. 

Carmen in Cardiff: WNO's powerful new production is a triumph

Virginie Verrez acted not with fire and ice but with gallic insouciance.