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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Gloucester, Royaume-uni

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GloucesterWagner: Das Rheingold. Semi-staged with organ and percussion

Wagner: Or du Rhin, L' (Das Rheingold)
Peter Blackwood; Alexandra Denman; Tarnhelm Opera; Robert Marson; Aleksi Koponen; Thomas Wood; Robert Felstead
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Opposites attract at the Three Choirs Festival

Martyn Brabbins conducts at the Three Choirs Festival © Michael Whitefoot
Effort and emotion collide at Gloucester Cathedral in music by Stravinsky, Berlioz and Walton

Three Choirs Festival goes out in a flawed blaze of glory

Adrian Partington directs a well-managed but ultimately disjointed performance of Mahler’s most idealistically challenging symphony.

Fire and beauty, tears and triumph: Berlioz’s Requiem at the Three Choirs Festival

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
Edward Gardner conducts a solemn, emotionally-charged performance of Berlioz’s radical masterpiece at Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester remembers Ivor Gurney

Gloucestershire is rich in musical heritage; well-known composers connected with the county include Parry, Vaughan Williams and Howells, but one name that is less familiar these days is that of Howells’ friend Ivor Gurney.

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's The Song of Hiawatha at the Three Choirs Festival, Gloucester

Over the centuries, the Three Choirs Festival has developed a commendable trait in presenting the very best in English choral music; in more recent years the Festival has been committed to resurrecting once popular works that have been considered worthy of reassessment and, following on from last year’s performance of George Dyson’s Canterbury Pilgrims, this year the lot fell to Samuel Colerid