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Performer: Toby Spence

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MadridLa peste / Britten requiem / Les illuminationsNew production

La peste / Britten requiem / Les illuminations
Britten, Gerhard
Orquesta Titular del Teatro Real; Juanjo Mena; Coro Titular del Teatro Real; Toby Spence; Justin Way; Dora Garcia

LondonBeethoven Missa Solemnis

© The Bach Choir
Beethoven: Mass in D Major "Missa solemnis”, Op.123
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; David Hill; The Bach Choir; Sarah Fox; Catherine Wyn-Rogers; Toby Spence

AtlantaAn All-Star Cast Sings Mahler's "Symphony of a Thousand"

Mahler: Symphony no. 8 in E flat major "Symphony of a Thousand"
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Evelina Dobračeva; Erin Wall; Nicole Cabell; Michelle DeYoung

LondonArcangelo: Haydn's Creation

Haydn: The Creation (Die Schöpfung), Hob XXI:2
Jonathan Cohen; Anna Lucia Richter; Toby Spence; Thomas E. Bauer; Ensemble Arcangelo
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Billy Budd finally drops anchor again at the Royal Opera

Jacques Imbrailo (Billy Budd) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
After nearly two decades away from the Covent Garden stage, it was time Britten's Billy Budd came home, in a new production from Madrid by Deborah Warner. 
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Parry's Judith superbly performed at the Royal Festival Hall

Hubert Parry © Public domain
The 20th century completely passed Parry's Judith by completely... and it isn't difficult to see why.
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A stylish Rake's Progress from Jurowski and the LPO

Matthew Rose © Lena Kern
Toby Spence, Matthew Rose and Andrew Watts shine in a fluent semi-staging at the Royal Festival Hall.
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Eros in Oxford: Brahms, Janáček and gypsies

Dorottya Láng © Shirley Suarez
Julius Drake’s torrential postlude capped an evening in which he had been superb throughout.
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Stravinsky’s Perséphone brought to life by Adès and Barry

Thomas Adès © Brian Voce
Glistening performances by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and combined forces under Thomas Adès bring to life Stravinsky’s Perséphone, with fiery premières of works by Adès himself and Gerald Barry.
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