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Performer: Christopher Glynn

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LondonRoderick Williams: An Italian Songbook

Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch: A new, dramatized English version created and directed by Jeremy Sams and Christopher Glynn
Roderick Williams; Rowan Pierce; Kathryn Rudge; James Newby

LondonReichardt, Mozart, Beethoven and more

Reichardt, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Grieg, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Pfitzner, Busoni, Ives, Wolf
Mary Bevan; Marcus Farnsworth; Christopher Glynn
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Toby Spence’s lovelorn miller embodies new translation

Toby Spence © Mitch Jenkins
Purists look away. Translating Müller’s poetry from its sublime German to work well in English was always going to be a difficult task, but Spence’s infectious enthusiasm carried it off.
***11
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Love conquers all, kills some, exiles others

Stephanie Marshall (Nero) and  Lizzie Holmes (Poppea) © Emma Lambe
Nina Brazier’s production for Ryedale Festival Opera, on tour at Grimeborn, resoundingly succeeds on all levels, giving us an evening of luxurious beauty, abandoned sensuality and superb characterisation.
****1
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Harry Christophers and The Sixteen: Brahms in Manchester

Harry Christophers  ©  Marco Borggreve
Harry Christophers brought his Sixteen to Manchester for a night of deeply romantic choral music at The Bridgewater Hall. Brahms’ Deutsches Requiem was a foreseeable success, but the seldom-heard Vocal Quartets, settings of Sternau, Schiller, Daumer and Goethe, were a delightful addition to the programme.The first set of Brahms quartets, Op.
****1
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Kathleen Ferrier Award Winner Kitty Whately in Leeds

Kitty Whately  ©  Robert Piwko
On Sunday afternoon the most recent recipient of the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Award, Kitty Whately, was welcomed to the Clothworkers’ Hall by Leeds Lieder, an organisation founded in the hope of introducing art song to a new audience.
*****
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