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Venue: Royal Academy of Music, London

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AddressMarylebone Road
United Kingdom
ContainsRoyal Academy of Music Museum: Piano Gallery
Concert Room
David Josefowitz Recital Hall
Duke's Hall
Henry Wood Room
Recital Room
Sir Jack Lyons Theatre
Susie Sainsbury Theatre
Google maps51° 31' 23.475" N 0° 9' 6.426" W
April 2023
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Matinee performance
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LondonThe Six of Calais and Ruth

Avishka Edirisinghe; Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong; Pegasus Opera Company; Jida Akil; Chuma Emembolu
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Drawing a line of suffering from ancient Rome to Golgotha to the concentration camps, Britten’s blank postcard from Belsen strikes to the heart of humanity. The Rape of Lucretia is brilliantly realised by the Royal Academy of Music.
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