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Bernard Hughes

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Bernard Hughes is a composer and writer, based in London.

Articles By Bernard Hughes

Tetzlaff, LSO, Rattle, Barbican review - a triumphant homecoming for the maestro

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Die Zauberflöte, Royal Opera review – enjoyable revival of much loved production

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Prom 24 review: Crebassa, Philharmonia, Salonen – thrilling performance of Adams masterpiece

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Prom 22 review: Pygmalion, Pichon – theatrical take on Monteverdi's Vespers

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Prom 13 review: Rana, BBCSO, Davis – Malcolm Sargent tribute lacks punch

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Prom 1 review: Levit, BBCSO, Gardner - fizzing Adams finally ignites mixed First Night

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Wosner, Aurora Orchestra, Collon, Kings Place

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Trpčeski, LSO, Roth, Barbican

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Bryars and Reich, London Philharmonic Orchestra, RFH

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Uchida, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, RFH

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Last Night of the Proms, BBCSO, Oramo

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Prom 21: Leleux, Aurora Orchestra, Collon

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Prom 3: Crowe, OAE, Cleobury

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Stravinsky: Myths & Rituals, Philharmonia, Salonen, St John’s Smith Square

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Pleasure, Royal Opera, Lyric Hammersmith

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Davies, BBCSO, Knussen, Barbican

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Reissue CDs Weekly: Ducks Deluxe

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CD: David Crosby - Sky Trails

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On Body and Soul review - terrible beauty, and beasts

Hungarian director Ildiko Enyedi’s On Body and Soul (Testrol es lelekrol) opens on a scene of cold. It’s beautiful, a winter...

Jasper Johns, Royal Academy review - a master of 50 shades

The Royal Academy has a winning line in spectacular exhibitions that have become essentials in London, theatrically and dramatically revelatory...

Wings, Young Vic review - Juliet Stevenson goes high and low

Now look here, Giles Coren: immersion in a great play well acted can send you out of the theatre feeling very different from when you entered it...

The Tallis Scholars, Phillips, Cadogan Hall review - intimac...

Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars have nothing to prove when it comes to Renaissance...