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SalisburyHandel's Messiah with Salisbury Cathedral Choir

© 2019 December 14
Haendel: Le Messie
City of London Sinfonia; David Halls; Salisbury Cathedral Choir; John Challenger; Jennifer France; Claudia Huckle

NottinghamThe Hallé Christmas Concert with Stephen Bell and Jennifer France, soprano

The Hallé Christmas Concert with Stephen Bell and Jennifer France, soprano
Humperdinck, Mozart, Haendel, Prokofiev, Strauss II, Rimsky-Korsakov, Puccini, Coates, Armstrong, Tormé, Korngold, Anderson
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Jennifer France

ManchesterThe Hallé - A Christmas Cracker

© The Hallé
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Jennifer France; The Hallé Youth Training Choir; Hallé Choral Academy

CambridgeHandel's Heroines

Handel's Heroines
Haendel
Academy of Ancient Music; Laurence Cummings; Mary Bevan; Jennifer France

LondresHandel's Heroines

Handel's Heroines
Haendel
Academy of Ancient Music; Laurence Cummings; Mary Bevan; Jennifer France
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Sombre Ariodante au Scottish Opera

Caitlin Hulcup (Ariodante) - Scottish Opera © James Glossop
Cette nouvelle production du plus écossais des opéras de Haendel s’en tire avec les honneurs, malgré un orchestre à la peine.

Clown court: Offenbach's Fantasio at Garsington

Hanna Hipp (Fantasio) © Clive Barda

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

Bacchic ebullience in Beethoven from Thomas Adès

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
The culmination of Thomas Ades' Beethoven cycle with the Britten Sinfonia channels Beethoven's atavistic energies. 

Anthropocene: a timely chiller from Scottish Opera

Jennifer France (Ice) © James Glossop

Climate change, challenged egos and a strange Ice woman tell a gruesome tale in Anthropocene, a finely sung new opera from Stuart MacRae, with libretto from Louise Welsh, set in the Arctic with a cinematic score.

France and the CBSO faultless in New Year's Concert

Jennifer France © Nick James
Following the recipe of the New Year Concert from Vienna, the CBSO demonstrated their ability, but not much originality in this predictable programme.