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Performer: The Bach Choir

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LondonJohn Rutter conducts Mozart’s Requiem

Rutter, Vaughan Williams, Mozart
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; John Rutter; Lucy Crowe; Melanie Marshall; Joshua Ellicott; David Stout

LondonJohn Rutter's Christmas Celebration

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; John Rutter; The Bach Choir
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War Requiem floods Westminster Cathedral with compassion

It was especially effective to hear the line “One ever hangs where shelled roads part” with the vast hanging crucifix with its portrait of Christ dominating the scene behind.
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Hair-raising Mahler at the Proms

Not a seat to be had for the BBCSO’s thrilling Proms performance of Mahler's Resurrection Symphony. 
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Rutter celebrates his 70th birthday in St Paul’s

Positioned at the heart of St Paul’s Cathedral, Rutter took to the stage to perform a sold out concert dedicated to his life as a composer. 
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Everything but the kitchen sink: Walton's Belshazzar's Feast

Orient meets Occident in three performances of English works conducted by the Japanese maestro Tadaaki Otaka.
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John Tavener: a celebration at the RFH

This celebration of Tavener's music showed the extraordinary depth and breadth of his compositions. 
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St Paul's Cathedral a moving location for Blitz Requiem première

On the night of 29 December, 1940, after a brief respite over Christmas, German bombers roared back over Britain. They dropped numerous incendiary bombs on the City of London, causing massive destruction, loss of life, and uncontrollable fires that raged for days. Miraculously, St Paul’s Cathedral survived the onslaught intact, even as much of the surrounding neighbourhood was reduced to rubble.
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