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AddressBrighton
South-East
BN1 1UG
United Kingdom
Google maps50° 49' 24.497" N 0° 8' 18.170" W
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BrightonChristmas Concert

Christmas Concert
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; James Morgan; Juliette Pochin; Brighton Festival Chorus; Brighton Festival Youth Choir
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Les Talens Lyriques come to Brighton Festival

Christophe Rousset © Eric Larrayadieu
Energetic playing, clarity and precision from Christophe Rousset and Les Talens Lyriques in three dramatic pieces by Monteverdi, but some weighty singing obscures the detail. 
***11
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Commanding LPO debut from Rory Macdonald

Rory Macdonald © Benjamin Ealovega
Intelligent and arresting Dvoƙák, warm and confident Humperdinck from Rory Macdonald's debut with the LPO, marred only by disappointing Chopin.  
***11
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Ultima Vez's Talk to the Demon at Brighton Festival

Talk to the Demon © Victor Frankowski
Brighton Festival hosts the UK premiere of Talk to the Demon, a work full of uncomfortable questions, powerful performances and breathtaking dancing. Choreographed on Ultima Vez by Belgian choreographer Wim Vandekeybus.
****1
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Blazing Bruckner in Brighton

Brighton Philharmonic,  ©  David Gerrard
After the overture, whose two movements, fast and slow, were adequately dispatched by a suitably small orchestra, the audience mistook the arrival of an orchestral horn player as that of the soloist himself, and burst into applause, which turned to laughter as the mistake became obvious.