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graham rickson

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Graham, who writes on classical music, lives in Leeds.

Articles By Graham Rickson

Classical CDs Weekly: Cage, Mahler, Satie

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DVD/Blu-ray: My Life as a Courgette

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Classical CDs Weekly: Henze, Reicha, Shostakovich

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Imagine... Alma Deutscher: Finding Cinderella, BBC One review - beguiling profile of a musical prodigy

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mansurian, Ristori, Duo van Vliet

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Classical CDs Weekly: Dutilleux, Dvořák, Ravel, Tchaikovsky

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Classical CDs Weekly: Krenek, Belfiato Quintet, Bjarte Eike's Barokksolistene

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DVD/Blu-ray: The 5000 Fingers of Dr T

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Classical CDs Weekly: Sean Shibe, Morten Gunnar Larsen and Leonard Elschenbroich

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mompou, Schubert, Martinů, Shostakovich

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Classical CDs Weekly: Prokofiev, Skempton, Walton

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Classical CDs Weekly: Beethoven, Louis Frémaux, Les Passions de l’Ame

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DVD/Blu-ray: The Fabulous Baron Munchausen

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Classical CDs Weekly: Leonid Desyatnikov, Dimitar Nenov, Ars Nova Copenhagen

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Classical CDs Weekly: Peter Eötvös, London Conchord Ensemble, Kate Lindsey

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DVD/Blu-ray: Stormy Monday

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Hold the Sunset, BBC One, review - this is an ex-sitcom

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Flight, Scottish Opera review - poignant and powerful, this...

Inspired by the astonishing true story of Mehran Karimi Nasseri, the Iranian refugee who lived in Charles de Gaulle Airport for 18 years...

CD: Snowpoet - Thought You Knew

While some albums cram in more fillers than a Christmas stocking, Thought You Knew, the second recording from the London-based group led...

Troy: Fall of a City, BBC One review - soapification of the...

The plan to bring drama back to Saturday nights on BBC One enjoyed mixed success with Hard Sun, but now threatens to slide over a cliff...

Mick Herron: London Rules review - hypnotically fascinating,...

London Rules – explicitly cover your arse – is the fifth in the most remarkable and mesmerising series of...

Reissue CDs Weekly: The Choir

During the British Invasion years, a Cleveland, Ohio band called The Choir ploughed a Brit-focussed furrow from late...

CD: Jonny Nash and Lindsay Todd - Fauna Mapping

A little over two years ago, The Arts Desk reviewed Hipnotik Tradisi, Black Merlin’s extraordinary first offering for Island of the Gods...

Kaufmann, Damrau, Deutsch, Barbican review - bliss, if only...

Schubert’s winter wanderer had Wilhelm Muller to voice his despair, while...

Angry, Southwark Playhouse review – wondrously roaring Ridle...

Monologues are very much the flavour of the start of this theatrical year. At the Royal Court, we have Carey Mulligan in Dennis Kelly’s brilliant...