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A tribute to the conductor and composer who has died at the age of 93
Impeccable musicianship and stylish programming from two young Estonians
Uneven update redeemed by superb singing
Quiet smiles outweigh high Cs in a recital of two distinct halves
A 1930s Tristan opera, beautiful and sombre, brilliantly played and sung
Maverick dancer opens annual flamenco festival with a playful jam-session of a show
Tanztheater Wuppertal in one of their founder's lightweight works
Cojocaru and Hernández delicious in perfect heritage production
A gentle meander through life's vicissitudes
Wordplay galore as jokesmiths battle for title
Amusing take on how class defines us
The Bloomsbury painter whose life outshone her art
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