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

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Gravity and explosives at the Three Choirs Festival

The Philharmonia plays Shostakovich © Michael Whitefoot
A curious combination of Mozart’s “Great” Mass and Shostakovich’s Twelfth Symphony fill Worcester Cathedral with exuberance.

Mischief and melancholia at the Three Choirs

Natalya Romaniw © Michael Whitefoot
In a concert of two halves, Worcester Cathedral experiences unforgettable pain and pleasure in works by Strauss, Rasch and Janáček.

Questioning the quintessence of Britain

A Child of our Time at the Three Choirs Festival © Michael Whitefoot
Peter Nardone directs the Three Choirs Festival Chorus and Philharmonia Orchestra in a problematic yet thought-provoking opening concert at Worcester Cathedral.

An exultant Mahler "Resurrection" Symphony in Worcester Cathedral

As the majestic horn calls echoed around the vaulted ceiling and full orchestral tuttis shook the very walls, Mahler brought the very heart of Christianity to Worcester's magnificent Cathedral in his truly remarkable “Resurrection Symphony”.

Britten's War Requiem haunts Three Choirs Festival

As Britain prepares to celebrate the centenary of World War One, Britten's War Requiem brings a remarkable start to the Worcester Three Choirs Festival.

Small forces take on a giant: Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir sing Handel’s Messiah

I’ve lost count of the times I’ve sung Handel’s Messiah, always in the context of a large choral society or the massed voices of a ‘come and sing’. So it was a special treat to let someone else do the work, and an interesting contrast to have this familiar oratorio delivered by a smaller ensemble.