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Performer: Robert Murray

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OxfordSt Matthew Passion

Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; Owen Rees; Robert Murray; Tristan Hambleton; Mary Bevan; Helen Charlston

LondonGloriana: A tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Britten: Gloriana
Martyn Brabbins; English National Opera; English National Opera Orchestra; Chorus of English National Opera; Christine Rice; Robert Murray

ViennaBelshazzarNew production

Handel: Belshazzar
Christina Pluhar; Marie-Ève Signeyrole; MusikTheater an der Wien; Fabien Teigné; Yashi; Sascha Zauner; L'Arpeggiata
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NaardenBach's St Matthew Passion

Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Jos van Veldhoven; Nederlandse Bachvereniging; Kampen Boys Choir; Benjamin Hulett; Andreas Wolf
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Gardner and a vast LPO perform Schoenberg's Gurrelieder

With a powerful but not world-beating team of soloists, Gardner and the LPO tackle Schoenberg's sprawling cantata with aplomb – except for one near-catastrophic misstep.
***11
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The Return of the Screw: chilling Britten at Garsington Opera

Louisa Muller returns to revive her 2019 production, preserving the ambiguity – did the Governess see these things or imagine them? 
****1
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Death is the star in a biting Kaiser von Atlantis at the Barbican

Ullmann's one act opera, written in the concentration camp at Terezin, receives a powerful performance from the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
****1
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A resonant Fidelio from Irish National Opera

Under director Annabelle Comyn’s modern setting, we have a moving, convincing Fidelio to resonate with our current age.  
****1
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Midsummer fire: Tippett sets the new LPO season alight

An incandescent concert performance of Tippett’s The Midsummer Marriage launches a new era for the London Philharmonic under principal conductor Edward Gardner.
****1
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At Wilton’s Music Hall, a ghost light for Britten’s ghost story

When the pandemic struck and theatres were locked down, OperaGlass Works' staging of The Turn of the Screw was an early casualty. Creative thinking turned the production into a film, with London's oldest music hall the set. 
****1
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