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Performer: Roderick Williams

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BergenOpening concert

Christian Tetzlaff; Roderick Williams; Lars Vogt

BergenEin Deutches Requiem

Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem - A German Requiem, Op.45
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Sophie Bevan; Roderick Williams; Bergen Philharmonic Choir; Edvard Grieg Choir

LondonBefore Life and After – Roderick Williams & Iain Burnside

© Benjamin Ealovega
Britten, Finzi, Ireland
Roderick Williams; Iain Burnside; Harriet Walter

CardiffSir Andrew Davies conducts L'enfance du Christ

Sir Andrew Davies conducts L'enfance du Christ
Berlioz: L'Enfance du Christ, Op.25
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Sir Andrew Davis; BBC National Chorus of Wales; Dame Sarah Connolly; Andrew Staples; Roderick Williams

LondonRoderick Williams: An Italian Songbook

Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch: A new, dramatized English version created and directed by Jeremy Sams and Christopher Glynn
Roderick Williams; Rowan Pierce; Kathryn Rudge; James Newby
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Darkness and pain in Mark Padmore's St Matthew Passion

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment © Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
A brooding and melancholy presentation of Bach’s masterpiece from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Mark Padmore. 
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Monteverdi on a doughnut: Ulysses fails to thrill

The Return of Ulysses © ROH & Roundhouse | Stephen Cummiskey
A series of ill-advised staging choices leads to a disappointingly drab performance of Monteverdi's Homeric epic.
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Oundjian's Brahms disappoints in Edinburgh

Augustin Hadelich © Rosalie O'Connor
Hadelich dazzles, but Oundjian's Brahms is bland. 
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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
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A spirited revival of The Magic Flute at Covent Garden

Roderick Williams (Papageno) and Siobhan Stagg (Pamina) © ROH | Tristram Kenton
In Thomas Guthrie’s revival of Sir David McVicar’s sober 2003 production of Mozart’s Singspiel, it was the pantomime elements of the show which registered strongly.
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