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Richard Bratby

Articles By Richard Bratby

L'heure espagnole, Mid Wales Opera review - Ravel goes like clockwork

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CBSO, Leleux, Birmingham Town Hall review - oboe extraordinaire

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The Music of Harry Potter, CBSO, Seal, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - orchestral wizardry

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Kremer, CBSO, Wellber, Symphony Hall Birmingham review - supercharged Dvořák

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Idomeneo, Buxton Festival review - revolution in the head

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Gringytė, Williams, CBSO, Gražinytė-Tyla, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - living in the moment

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The Marriage of Figaro, English Touring Opera review - vanilla Mozart still tastes sweet

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Wake, Birmingham Opera Company review - power to the people

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La Vie Parisienne, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire review - vintage champagne in a new bottle

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Feng, CBSO, Gražinytė-Tyla, Symphony Hall Birmingham review - pulling it out of the hat

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The Bear, Mid Wales Opera review - small stage, big ambitions

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Frang, CBSO, Gražinytė-Tyla, Symphony Hall Birmingham review - an Elgar tradition renewed

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Widmann, CBSO, Gražinytė-Tyla, Symphony Hall Birmingham review - when Mirga met Jörg

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Princess Ida, National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company review - sparkling comedy, wobbly sets

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Buxton Festival review - early Verdi, earlier Mozart and refreshing Britten

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Little, CBSO, Seal, Symphony Hall Birmingham

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