Concert Reviews

It was Roger Norrington’s usual orchestra layout that greeted the audience – antiphonal violins, cellos left-centre, double basses in a single row across the back of the platform, Elgarian percussion...
Psychologists tell us that at an early age we learn to identify objects and give them names. At a later stage we generalise to see what objects have in common...
To listeners of Classic FM the Hall of Fame will be a familiar expression. It could be viewed as classical music’s answer to the UK pop-chart, with the exception of...
Oxford has become accustomed to first-rate opera and expects to be visited several times each year by such excellent companies as Welsh National Opera and Glyndebourne Touring. More recently, it...
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