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Helen Wallace

Articles By Helen Wallace

First Person: Kings Place Artistic and Executive Director Helen Wallace on a year of 'Sound Unwrapped'

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Planting seeds for change: Helen Wallace on a year of seminal events at Kings Place

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Explore Ensemble, EXAUDI, St John's Smith Square review - making sense of Nono

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Joseph Houston, St John's Smith Square review - masterful MC in the theatre of piano

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Schumann Street, Spitalfields Festival review - illumination on a winter's night

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Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival review - new generation throws down the gauntlet

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Silver Birch, Garsington Opera review - gritty drama in the Chilterns

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Simplicius Simplicissimus, Independent Opera

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Steve Reich at 80, Barbican

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Icebreaker and BJ Cole, Milton Court

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Stravinsky: Myths and Rituals 5, Philharmonia, Salonen, RFH

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La Canterina, Classical Opera, Page, Wigmore Hall

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Prom 53: Stadler, RLPO, Petrenko

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Proms at...Roundhouse: London Sinfonietta, Gourlay

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Prom 25: Gerhardt, Komlósi, Relyea, RPO, Dutoit

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The Hogboon, LSO, Rattle, Barbican

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