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

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Impassioned musicianship at Snape's “Britten and Russia” weekend

Alban Gerhardt, Jac van Steen and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales © Snape Maltings
Britten's Cello Symphony and a no-holds-barred account of Shostakovich’s mighty Tenth Symphony at Snape Maltings

Scintillating Britten at Snape Maltings

Doric String Quartet at Snape Maltings © Matt Jolly | Snape Maltings
Six concerts of Suffolk’s finest home-grown produce garnished with side orders of Mozart, Copland and Elgar.

Pastel-perfect hell: To See The Invisible

Nicholas Morris (The Invisible) © Stephen Cummiskey
Emily Howard's new opera, an Aldeburgh Festival commission, takes an ambitiously modernist approach to a dystopian story of loneliness: a tough, but thought-provoking work. 

Handel's Theodora at Snape

Polly Leech as Irene with the RCM Oratorio Society (2016) © Chris Christodoulou (2016)
Irene’s "Bane of virtue" was the first moment at which a singer’s performance met the measure of the work.

A hansel at Snape Maltings

Mark Padmore © Marco Borggreve
Julius Drake, Krzysztof Chorzelski and Mark Padmore contributed their notable gifts of piano, viola and voice respectively in a very special, often heartfelt fundraising evening for two music education charities. 

A buoyant revival of Billy Budd

Roderick Williams (Billy Budd) © Sam Murray-Sutton
At the opera’s great climaxes Suffolk’s famous wood-and-brick building could barely contain it.