sat 22/02/2020

graham rickson

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

Articles By Graham Rickson

Classical CDs Weekly: Mahler, Sibelius, Simon Thacker's Svara-Kanti

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bach, Lyatoshynsky, esbe

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DVD/Blu-ray: Stranger in the House

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Classical CDs Weekly: Brahms, Dvořák, Higginson, Zender

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Classical CDs Weekly: Artyomov, Mozart, Smith

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The Rite of Spring/Gianni Schicchi, Opera North review - unlikely but musically satisfying pairing

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mahler, Saint-Saëns, Danish National Vocal Ensemble

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Classical CDs Weekly: Debussy, Feldman, Langgaard

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Blu-ray: Diamonds of the Night

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Classical CDs Weekly: Adventures in Sound, Tora Augestad, Ashley Fripp

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Kes, Leeds Playhouse review - seminal Yorkshire story soars

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Classical CDs Weekly: Couperin, Dutilleux, Rossini

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DVD/Blu-ray: Alpha

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mia Brentano, Wim Henderickx, Saint-Saëns

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Classical CDs Weekly: Joe Cutler, Elgar, Septura

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mendelssohn, Shostakovich, Bernstein in Paris

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