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Performer: Jacqueline Shave

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LondonA Musician 'Uncorrupted & Unflawed'

Bach, Beethoven, Handel
Regents Consort; Jacqueline Shave; Michael Petrov

NorwichBritten Sinfonia: St Matthew Passion

Britten Sinfonia: St Matthew Passion
Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Britten Sinfonia; Britten Sinfonia Voices; Eamonn Dougan; Jacqueline Shave; Nicholas Mulroy

LondonBritten Sinfonia: St Matthew Passion

Britten Sinfonia: St Matthew Passion
Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Jacqueline Shave; Nicholas Mulroy; Roderick Williams; Lucy Crowe

LondonBritten Sinfonia with Alison Balsom

© Hugh Carswell
Purcell, Woolrich, Scarlatti, Birtwistle, Ligeti
Britten Sinfonia; Jacqueline Shave; Alison Balsom

Saffron WaldenBritten Sinfonia with Alison Balsom

Britten Sinfonia with Alison Balsom
Purcell, Woolrich, Scarlatti, Birtwistle, Ligeti
Britten Sinfonia; Alison Balsom; Jacqueline Shave
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Britten Sinfonia's electric Messiah: Look, no hands!

Sophie Bevan © Sussie Ahlburg
A conductorless performance of Handel's masterpiece lights up the Barbican.
****1
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The moon at noon: Britten Sinfonia

Julia Doyle © Raphaelle Photography
Clyne, Ligeti and Pärt sit down with Bach and Scarlatti for a spot of lunch!
****1
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A blossoming relationship

A clever programme of mid-20th century American music by Carter, Copland and contemporaries, watered down with a light sprinkling of Arlen and Gershwin.
****1
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Nordic Lights with a French touch

A superb lunch time concert by the Britten Sinfonia players which included outstanding performances of works by Debussy, Fauré and a newly commissioned work titled "Light and Matter” by the Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho. 
****1
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Only Kurtág impresses at Milton Court

The Britten Sinfonia's tribute to Mozart fell somewhat flat, with only hauntingly beautiful Kurtág able to somewhat redeem passionless performances of Adams and Tavener.
**111
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