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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Huddersfield, Reino Unido

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Israel in Egypt with the Huddersfield Choral Society

Handel and the Huddersfield Choral Society go way back, and their union is probably listed somewhere in the Old Testament.

Wagner, Verdi and sorrowful Stanford with the Huddersfield Choral Society

The bicentenary of Richard Wagner’s birth is inescapable, and it comes as no surprise that, however brief their offering, an institution as august as the Huddersfield Choral Society (HCS) could not allow the moment to pass without taking advantage of the opportunity to perform one of Wagner’s most impressive choral outbursts – “Wacht auf! Es nahet gen den Tag” (Awake! the dawn of day draws near) f

London Sinfonietta and Theatre of Voices play Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen in Huddersfield

There was a strong focus on Danish composers at this year’s Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival; works by the young and audacious Simon Steen-Andersen featured in several concerts, whilst the Arditti Quartet’s performance of Hans Abrahamsen’s Fourth Quartet proved to be the highlight of the opening weekend.

Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival: Nicolas Hodges plays Jean Barraqué

Neglected French composer Jean Barraqué (1928–73) is often referred to as the Romantic of post-war serialism.

Huddersfield Choral Society: Fauré, Gounod and Duruflé

Once upon a time it was standard practice that most public concerts in Britain would be preceded by the National Anthem; last night in Huddersfield Town Hall a great many members of the audience were caught off guard when a brass and percussion fanfare struck up into the loudest, most ecstatic rendition of ‘God Save the Queen’ I have ever heard.