Guildhall School of Music & Drama

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University guide 2022: Guildhall School of Music & Drama
All you need to know about studying at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama

04, Sep, 2020 @8:54 PM

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The week in classical: Madam Butterfly; The Angel Esmeralda – review
Welsh soprano Natalya Romaniw triumphs in the title role of ENO’s latest revival of Anthony Minghella’s still ravishing Madam Butterfly

Fiona Maddocks

29, Feb, 2020 @11:59 AM

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London’s new Centre for Music? Don’t hold your breath…
The delay to the London Symphony Orchestra’s new home is growing

Richard Brooks

19, Jan, 2020 @9:00 AM

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The week in classical: Così fan tutte; Testament; Maudite soit la guerre – review
Guildhall’s terrific Così confronts the opera’s battle of the sexes head-on. Plus, a thrilling Turnage premiere

Fiona Maddocks

10, Nov, 2018 @2:00 PM

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Mamzer Bastard review – haunting Hasidic opera illuminates '77 New York blackout
The past returns to throw the future into question in Na’ama Zisser’s anguished drama about family secrets and lost love

Tim Ashley

15, Jun, 2018 @11:27 AM

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The Consul; Lucia di Lammermoor review – the original kitchen sink
A Guildhall staging of Menotti’s The Consul and Royal Opera’s revival of Lucia di Lammermoor have more in common than you might think

Fiona Maddocks

05, Nov, 2017 @7:30 AM

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A Trip to the Moon review – majestic mystery in moonish
Simon Rattle navigates the LSO’s community choir through rocket crashes, kidnapping aliens and the terrific singing of a lyrical lunar language, in this family-friendly space opera

Tim Ashley

10, Jul, 2017 @11:57 AM

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Australian Chamber Orchestra/Tognetti review – one of the wonders of the musical world
Spellbinding string orchestrations of Beethoven and Brahms were played with an astounding finesse that clearly transmitted to the lucky students invited to share the stage

Andrew Clements

15, Mar, 2017 @11:58 AM

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Peter Skellern’s piano-playing was too pure for his professor | Letters
Letters: His teacher advised him to lose his virginity before he attempted to play the Debussy piece again

Letters

22, Feb, 2017 @7:52 PM

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Plan for world-class concert hall in City of London back on track
Scheme appeared derailed when government pulled funding in November, but City of London Corporation has plugged gap

Mark Brown

12, Jan, 2017 @6:52 PM

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Philip Keywood obituary
Other lives: Teacher of music, drama and French

Janet Hoskyns

24, Sep, 2015 @5:13 PM

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The Dancing Master/ I pazzi per progetto/ Hercules/ London Symphony Orchestra review
Malcolm Arnold’s adaptation of Wycherley crackles with wit at the Guildhall, while Donizetti’s farce can’t quite keep up the pace

Stephen Pritchard

08, Mar, 2015 @8:00 AM

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