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Performer: Marcus Farnsworth

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SouthwellRush Hour Concert 1: Straight Americano

Musto, Muhly, Bernstein
Southwell Festival Chamber Soloists; Jamie Campbell; Lucy Schaufer; Marcus Farnsworth

LondonPurcell: King Arthur

Purcell: King Arthur
Paul McCreesh; Gabrieli Consort & Players; Anna Dennis; Mhairi Lawson; Rowan Pierce

LondonPeter Grimes

Peter Grimes
Britten: Peter Grimes
Edward Gardner; Vera Rostin Wexelsen; Stuart Skelton; Erin Wall; Roderick Williams; Susan Bickley

LondonNoseda

MacMillan: St John Passion
London Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; Marcus Farnsworth; London Symphony Chorus; Gianandrea Noseda

SouthwellSymphonic Journeys

Mendelssohn, Mahler
Southwell Festival Sinfonia; Marcus Farnsworth; Alison Rose
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Two-by-two in Stratford East: Britten's Noye's Fludde on location

Marcus Farnsworth (Noah) and his sons © Marc Brenner
The co-existence of amateurs and professionals is weighted firmly towards the latter.
****1
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Thrilling King Arthur from the Gabrieli Consort in Adelaide

Paul McCreesh and the Gabrieli Consort © Andy Staples

With marvellous cohesion, life and wit the Gabrieli Consort and Players, sponsored by State Opera of South Australia, who thrilled Adelaide audiences with their presentation of English Baroque. 

****1
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Bernstein's Candide semi-staged by the LSO

Sir Thomas Allen with the Inquisition © Mark Allan
Jane Archibald gave possibly the most dazzling account of Cunegonde's music that I’ve heard. 
***11
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Fury, passion and loss from Martyn Brabbins and the BBCSO

Martyn Brabbins © Benjamin Ealovega
Fury, passion and loss from Martyn Brabbins and the BBCSO in an all-British programme. 
****1
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The Silver Tassie makes a triumphant return

Ashley Riches and Louise Alder © BBC | Jamie Simonds
Mark-Anthony Turnage's First World War opera both moves and dazzles at the Barbican.
*****
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