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Performer: Katherine Broderick

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ManchesterOldham Choral Society: Italian Jewels

Puccini, Rossini
Katherine Broderick; Kathleen Wilkinson; Amar Mucchala; Thomas Hopkinson

ValladolidBach & Mendelssohn

Bach & Mendelssohn
Bach, Mendelssohn
Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León; Jordi Casas; Katherine Broderick; Sarah Fox; Steve Davislim; Coros de Castilla y León

LeipzigDie Walküre

© Tom Schulze
Wagner: Die Walküre
Ulf Schirmer; Rosamund Gilmore; Oper Leipzig; Carl-Friedrich Oberle; Nicola Reichert; Magnus Vigilius; Randall Jakobsh

MontpellierAriadne auf Naxos

Strauss R.: Ariadne auf Naxos
Christian Arming; Michel Fau; Opéra Orchestre National Montpellier; David Belugou; Katherine Broderick; Jodie Devos
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Noble Elgar 2 from Jac van Steen in Belfast

Jac van Steen © Simon van Boxtel
In the second concert of the new season, maintaining the highest musical standards, the Ulster Orchestra flourish in a highly considered programme.
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Goosebumps at Garsington: an outstanding, shadowy Turn of the Screw

Sophie Bevan (Governess), Leo Jemison (Miles) and Ed Lyon (Peter Quint) © Johan Persson
Director Louisa Muller overcomes the problems of opening a ghost story in natural daylight to deliver plenty of operatic chills. 
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On the waterfront: A Sea Symphony in Oslo

Norwegian National Opera Orchestra © Jörg Wiesner
Ralph Vaughan Williams' towering A Sea Symphony and the orchestra of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet capped off the Oslo opera season in a singularly loud fashion. 
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Memorable and epic Die Walküre at EIF

Simon O'Neill and the RSNO © Beth Chalmers
A sensational Die Walküre from Sir Andrew Davis and the RSNO at the Edinburgh Festival that will be talked about for years.
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Pintscher's reflection on Shakespearean metamorphoses

Alisa Weilerstein, Matthias Pintscher and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
In a study of shifting form, tonight's dedication to the bard paired Mendelssohn's incidental music to the play with another work inspired by The Metamorphoses: Matthias Pintscher's mesmerising Reflections on Narcissus.
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