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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en High Wycombe, Royaume-uni

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High WycombeBeethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony

Coleridge-Taylor, Rachmaninov, Beethoven
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Kevin John Edusei; Roman Kosyakov
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Bangs and whimpers: Cal McCrystal directs Le Comte Ory at Garsington

Garsington Opera's new production of Rossini's comic masterpiece is a bawdy hoot, but humour aside it features an ensemble who provide first-class bel canto singing.

Spectacle and opulence in a richly rewarding Rosenkavalier

Outstanding singing from a beautifully chosen cast led by Miah Persson and Hanna Hipp. 

Orchestra and chorus light up Garsington's Eugene Onegin revival

The Philharmonia and Garsington Chorus deliver great performances, as do Natalia Tanasii and Fleur Barron as the two Larina sisters.

Fidelio rescues Garsington Opera's 2020 festival

Peter Mumford's intelligent staging concept and a knockout performance by a reduced Philharmonia Orchestra made this a night to remember.

Goosebumps at Garsington: an outstanding, shadowy Turn of the Screw

Director Louisa Muller overcomes the problems of opening a ghost story in natural daylight to deliver plenty of operatic chills. 

Clown court: Offenbach's Fantasio at Garsington

The UK stage debut of Offenbach’s neglected Fantasio reveals a musical sizzler, but directorially it needs a more sympathetic touch than Garsington musters.