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Saturday, March 02, 2019, Barbican Centre Cinema 1 and Fountain Room; Milton Court Concert Hall; St Giles Cripplegate Another full Saturday devoted to contemporary music at the Barbican Centre, courtesy...
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The career of German lyric-dramatic soprano Hilde Zadek, who has died at the age of 101, flourished in the years after World War Two, particularly in Vienna where she was...
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The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #8: La Fille du régiment...
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For much of her career Wilma Lipp exemplified a particular type of light- and bright-voiced soprano equally at home in classical opera but also in the operetta tradition of her...
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The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #7: Carmen Who wrote it?...
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Published 14 January 2019 Theo (Theodore) Adam was a bass singer best known for his operatic performances in the works of Richard Wagner, but also as an accomplished oratorio participant....
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Published 10 January 2019 When John Joubert passed away this week (on January 7) at the age of ninety-one, he left behind a vast body of work, reaching to nearly...
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Leonard Bernstein 100 The Masters Photograph the Maestro Steve Sherman with Jamie Bernstein ISBN 978-1-57687-893-4 PowerHouse Books Click here to buy from Amazon This handsome tome is a photographic tribute...
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The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #6: Adriana Lecouvreur Who wrote...
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This is not the piece I wrote originally. What you are reading is, by necessity, a re-write; nearly finished, there came a day when the first version was not findable...
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