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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: Carlos Cipa, Fozié Majd, Iiro Rantala, Amir Mahyar Tafreshipour

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Classical CDs Weekly: Gabriela Montero, Ravel, Caroline Shaw, Edith Hemenway

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Classical CDs Weekly: Ed Lyon, Jason Vieaux, Irina Borissova

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DVD: Do Not Adjust Your Set / At Last The 1948 Show

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Classical CDs Weekly: Brahms, Bright, Dvořák, Gipps, Rota

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Classical CDs Weekly: Axel Borup-Jørgensen, Purcell, Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra

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Classical CDs Weekly: Eleanor Alberga, Parry, Blondel

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The Greek Passion, Opera North - pertinence and power

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Classical CDs Weekly: Haydn, Korngold, Philippe Manoury

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Classical CDs Weekly: Albert Roussel, Roy Budd, Propellor

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DVD/Blu-ray: A Kid for Two Farthings

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Blu-ray: The Ear

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Classical CDs Weekly: Saint-Saëns, Yolanda Kondonassis, Konstantin Reinfeld & Benyamin Nuss

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bach, Christophersen, Mr McFall's Chamber

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Classical CDs Weekly: Gounod, James MacMillan, Johannes Pramsohler

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bartók, Howells, Third Coast Percussion

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Review: Tori Amos - Ocean to Ocean, review

A “sonic photograph” is how Tori Amos describes her sixteenth album, recorded at her home in Cornwall...

A Place for We, Park Theatre review - perceptive, but rather...

I’ve lived in Brixton, south London, for about 40 years now so any play that looks at the gentrification of the area is, for me, definitely a must...

Blu-ray: I Never Cry

In Piotr Domalewski’s I Never Cry, newcomer Zofia Stafiej excels as sullen Polish schoolgirl Ora, who resentfully travels to Dublin to...

Royal Opera House lullabies for Little Amal

“I want to tell her that people will be good,” Tewodros Aregawe of Phosphoros Theatre confided to us as Little Amal closed her eyes on the giant...

Vanara, Hackney Empire review - fine singing, but a plodding...

Two tribes, both alike in dignity in fair Vanara, trade goods and insults in a post-apocalyptic world in which fire is known to The...

Invasion, Apple TV+ review - sci-fi epic or a pile of space...

Conceived on a global scale to depict the enormity of an alien...

Blu-ray: The Damned

One German writer found a neat yet teasing way to sum up the difference between...

All Creatures Great and Small, Series 2, Channel 5 review -...

Channel 5’ s decision to remake James Herriot’s much-...