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Performer: Gweneth-Ann Rand

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ManchesterChetham's Symphony Orchestra: Mahler Symphony No. 8

Chetham's Symphony Orchestra: Mahler Symphony No. 8
Mahler: Symphony no. 8 in E flat major "Symphony of a Thousand"
Chetham's Symphony Orchestra; Stephen Threlfall; Chetham's Chorus; Leeds Festival Chorus; St George's Singers; Choristers of Manchester Cathedral

Strasbourg4.48 Psychosis

4.48 Psychosis
Venables: 4.48 Psychosis
Richard Baker; Ted Huffman; Opéra National du Rhin; Hannah Clark; Gweneth-Ann Rand; Robyn Allegra Parton

LondonHansel and Gretel

Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
Benjamin Glassberg; Timothy Sheader; English National Opera; Peter McKintosh; Rachel Kelly; Heather Lowe; Susanna Hurrell
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Venables sets free the music in Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis

Gweneth-Ann Rand © Paula Court
Venables conceived a wealth of acoustic and visual components that constantly overlap and interact.
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The revolutionary spirit tamed

Kashuzi Ono © Stofleth
Concluding its "Belief and Beyond Belief" series, the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yazushi Ono also completes its 2016-2017 concert season. 
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Powerful and assured: 4.48 Psychosis

Susanna Hurrell, Emily Edmonds, Gweneth-Ann Jeffers and Lucy Schaufer © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
Philip Venables' 4.48 Psychosis is the first musical adaptation of the eponymous play by Sarah Kane, which is the culmination of a three-year programme run jointly by the Royal Opera and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Fright at the Museum: Slater’s Aida flops at Holland Park

Heather Shipp (Amneris) and Peter Auty (Radamès) © Robert Workman
Third time unlucky? After a scorching start to the summer, with superb productions of Il trittico and Flight, Opera Holland Park’s season came unstuck with a horror of a show in Daniel Slater’s Aida.
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A game of two halves: Cav and Pag at Opera Holland Park

As I left Holland Park after last night’s Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, I found myself wondering what they’d put in the orchestra’s cups of tea at the interval. Or, perhaps, what was it that conductor Stuart Stratford said to them.
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