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Performer: Jess Dandy

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EdinburghMessiah

© Jen Owens
Handel: Messiah
John Butt; Dunedin Consort; Rachel Redmond; Jess Dandy; Nicholas Mulroy

GlasgowMessiah

© Jen Owens
Handel: Messiah
John Butt; Dunedin Consort; Rachel Redmond; Jess Dandy; Nicholas Mulroy

New York CityOrchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique

Beethoven
Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique; Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Lucy Crowe; Jess Dandy; Michael Spyres; Tareq Nazmi

LondonRachmaninov: Vespers

© London Concert Choir - James Finlay
Rachmaninov: All Night Vigil ("Vespers") for choir, Op.37
Mark Forkgen; London Concert Choir; Jess Dandy; Tom Robson

HamburgRodelinda

© Maxim Schulz
Handel: Rodelinda, regina de' Langobardi
Harry Bicket; Lucy Crowe; Iestyn Davies; Jess Dandy; Joshua Ellicott
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A flash of Bachian colour to see out the EIF’s Queen’s Hall season

John Butt and the Dunedin Consort © David Barbour
John Butt’s musicians show that Bach’s secular cantatas have just as much to offer as the sacred.
****1
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A dramatic St John Passion in Hobart

Stephen Layton © Keith Saunders
English imports and local forces made for a memorable St John Passion in Hobart this Easter week.
****1
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Samson is a great treat at the Halle Handel Festival

The female soloists © Thomas Ziegler
John Butt’s revisitation of the Handel oratorio Samson at the Halle Handel Festival displayed this treasured work in an illuminating and satisfying light.
****1
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Britten's Noye's Fludde at Tewkesbury Abbey as part of the Cheltenham Music Festival

The Benjamin Britten centenary has inspired many groups into performing his works. The opera Noye’s Fludde was written to give amateur children a chance to perform and engage in operatic music alongside a smaller group of adult professional soloists. This performance was part of the Cheltenham Music Festival as their nod to Britten in the composer’s special year.
**111
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