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

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Contrasting modes of optimism explored at the Three Choirs Festival

Timothy Ridout © Kaupo Kikkas
Hereford Cathedral experiences a mix of sacred and secular explorations of melancholy and triumph, from Stravinsky, Walton, Ravel and Lili Boulanger.

Disentangling pain and triumph, clarifying hope

Geraint Bowen © Michael Whitefoot
Geraint Bowen directs the Three Choirs Festival Chorus and Philharmonic Orchestra at Hereford Cathedral in two works once unfairly dismissed.

The 300th anniversary of the Three Choirs Festival

A report from the 2015 Three Choirs Festival, held this year in the cathedral city of Hereford. 

Three Choirs Festival: Ireland, Delius and Elgar with Nardone and the Philharmonia

A second scorching day in Hereford at the Three Choirs Festival concluded with another excellent concert.Before an audience that filled the cathedral to capacity, the Philharmonia Orchestra assembled on the platform and a warm welcome was given to conductor Peter Nardone.The concert opened with John Ireland’s evocative orchestral opus A London Overture.

Dyson's Canterbury Pilgrims at the Three Choirs Festival in Hereford

Sir George Dyson (1883–1964) is now principally remembered by the generations of grown-up schoolchildren who sang his many songs for educational use, and more recently by church choirs and congregations for his religious music.

Monarchs and mobiles with The King's Singers at the Three Choirs Festival

Frequent concertgoers in our modern age will be all too aware of the irritation factor of mobile phones going off during performance. The King’s Singers, however, make a feature of the phenomenon and take it to another level. This world-class ensemble delighted a packed Hereford Cathedral, the closing concert of their 2011/12 season coinciding with the Three Choirs Festival.