sat 02/03/2024

Bernard Hughes

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

Articles By Bernard Hughes

Colin Currie Quartet, Wigmore Hall review - toccatas for triangles and teacups

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Malofeev, BBCSO, Lintu, Barbican review - finesse as well as fireworks

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Paraorchestra, Hazlewood, Southbank Centre review - re-thinking the orchestral experience

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Brian Klaas: Fluke review - why things happen, and can we stop them?

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Siglo de Oro, Spinacino Consort, Allies, Wigmore Hall review - a fun 17th century musical Christmas

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Voces8 Foundation Choir and Orchestra, Smith, Voces8 Centre review - joyous Christmas music by Bach

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Grosvenor, Park, Ridout, Soltani, Wigmore Hall review - chamber music supergroup in perfect accord

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Accentus, Insula orchestra, Equilbey, Barbican review - radiant French choral masterpieces

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Ben Folds, Royal Albert Hall review - piano pyrotechnics and modern musings

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Justin Lewis: Don't Stop the Music - A History of Pop Music, One Day at a Time review - deft and delightful pop almanac

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Capuçon, Philharmonia, Bancroft, RFH review - enjoyable all-American classics

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Adam Sisman: The Secret Life of John le Carré review - tinker, tailor, soldier, cheat

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Roomful of Teeth, Milton Court review - mellifluous minimalism with a mild manner

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I Fagiolini, Hollingworth, Kings Place review - magnificent Monteverdi Vespers

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The Yellow Wallpaper, Lilian Baylis Studio review - a tense and intimate monodrama

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Prom 43: Endgame, BBC Scottish SO, Ryan Wigglesworth review - beautiful sounds but slow, slow drama

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Album: Squarepusher - Dostrotime

Over the years, Tom “Squarepusher” Jenkinson has covered a lot of ground over three decades, from dank cellar ambience to refined baroque...

Lisa Frankenstein review - a bitchy trawl through the high-s...

Diablo Cody’s biggest screenwriting hit was 2007’s Juno, a larky but tender story of teenage pregnancy. She’s gone back to high school...

Standing at the Sky's Edge, Gillian Lynne Theatre revie...

Can there be anyone from Sheffield who has not seen ...

Anna Reid: A Nasty Little War - The West's Fight to Rev...

During the Cold War, US presidents often claimed that the West and the Soviet Union had...

Der fliegende Holländer, Royal Opera review - compellingly l...

The shadow of Nosferatu hangs heavily over Tim Albery’s powerfully austere staging of...

Cruel Intentions, The Other Palace review - uneasy vibes, hi...

Transgression was so deliciously enticing. Back in the Eighties when I saw Les Liaisons Dangereuses in the West End on three...

Hallé, Elder, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester review - Bruckner...

Sir Mark Elder conducted Bruckner’s Symphony No. 8 for his first time in last night’s Hallé series concert, a reflection of his untiring...

Album: Kaiser Chiefs - Kaiser Chiefs’ Easy Eighth Album

Kaiser Chiefs’ appropriately named Kaiser Chiefs’ Easy Eighth Album is a collection of ten easy listening, but not particularly...

The Magic Flute, English National Opera review - return of a...

Trials by fire and water pale in comparison with trials by Arts Council England. English National Opera’s long torment has lately involved...