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Performer: Mary Bevan

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HerefordMonteverdi Vespers

Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine "Vespers of the Blessed Virgin" (1610)
Geraint Bowen; Mary Bevan; Lorena Paz Nieto; Gwilym Bowen; Ruairi Bowen

LondonProms at ... Alexandra Palace: Trial By Jury

Parry, Coleridge-Taylor, Stanford, Sullivan
BBC Concert Orchestra; Jane Glover; Neal Davies; Sam Furness; Mary Bevan; Ross Ramgobin

LondonMozart’s Requiem

© Marco Borggreve
Schubert, Mozart
O/MODƏRNT Kammarorkester; O/Modernt Quartet; Daniel Rowland; Hugo Ticciati

PooleHandel's Messiah

Handel's Messiah
Handel: Messiah
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Mary Bevan; Diana Moore; William Berger; Bournemouth Symphony Chorus

HamburgLiederabend Mary Bevan / Benjamin Appl

Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms
Mary Bevan; Benjamin Appl; James Baillieu
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A religious experience at Prague Spring

Mary Bevan © Petra Hajská
Sir John Eliot Gardiner and his Baroque specialists continue their crusade to bring Bach's church cantatas to the modern world.
****1
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Entertaining but not entrancing: Turnage's Coraline

Mary Bevan (Coraline), Kitty Whatey (Other Mother) and Ghost Children © ROH | Stephen Cummiskey
Mark-Anthony Turnage's take on Neil Gaiman's classic young adult novella is well sung and well staged, without quite reaching peak intensity.
***11
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A vivid Street Scene at the Teatro Real

Joel Prieto (Sam) and Mary Bevan (Rose) © Javier del Real | Teatro Real
Weill's neglected "American Opera" opens in Madrid with a refurbished production by John Fulljames and a strong cast led by Patricia Racette.
***11
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No ordinary Messiah at the Barbican

Richard Egarr © Marco Borggreve
Superlative musicianship and extravagant detailing from the force-of-nature that is Richard Egarr and the Academy of Ancient Music 
*****
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To the field of blood: The Judas Passion

Brenden Gunnell and Roderick Williams © Belinda Lawley
Suffering, forgiveness, and natural brass in a brand new dramatic oratorio
****1
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