Proms 2011

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Violinist suspended for Israel Proms protest takes claim to tribunal
Call for Proms organisers to cancel concert by Israel Philharmonic Orchestra led to suspension of four musicians

Alex Needham

13, Jan, 2012 @8:02 PM

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The best classical music of 2011: Tom Service's choice
A gargantuan Proms performance and a bold showing from the ENO were among Tom Service's highlights

Tom Service

04, Dec, 2011 @11:15 PM

Havergal Brian: Symphony No 1 ('The Gothic') – review
This BBC Proms live recording of Havergal Brian's "Gothic" Symphony No 1 is as thrilling as it is bizarre, writes Fiona Maddocks

Fiona Maddocks

27, Nov, 2011 @12:05 AM

Suspension of orchestra members could set dangerous precedent
Letters: It was astonishing to read that the LPO has suspended four musicians for signing a letter to the press that urged a cancellation of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra concert at the Proms

18, Sep, 2011 @8:00 PM

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Orchestra suspends four musicians who opposed Israeli musicians' concert
London Philharmonic Orchestra punishes cellist and violinists who wanted Proms appearance by Israeli players cancelled

Stephen Bates

16, Sep, 2011 @5:33 PM

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The Proms 2011: the final week and Last Night in review
Guy Dammann: This year's record-breaking festival has featured some standout performances – so please, tell us what your highlights were

Guy Dammann

13, Sep, 2011 @3:38 PM

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Last Night of the Proms and Proms in the Park - in pictures

The Proms season came to a typically rousing finale at the Royal Albert Hall in London at the weekend, while Rolf Harris and co played Proms in the Park

12, Sep, 2011 @11:51 AM

Prom 73: Der Freischütz – review

The Frenchified version of Weber's history-making opera didn't quite fill out the Royal Albert Hall, says Andrew Clements

Andrew Clements

11, Sep, 2011 @3:28 PM

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Last Night of the Proms – review

The raucous evening has an increasingly tenuous connection to the rest of the festival, writes Erica Jeal

Erica Jeal

11, Sep, 2011 @1:03 PM

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Greek/ Music Theatre Wales; Proms 67, 68, 70 – review
Turnage's first opera comes to visceral life again in Edinburgh while the curtain falls on one of the best Proms ever, writes Fiona Maddocks

Fiona Maddocks

10, Sep, 2011 @11:28 PM

Prom 72: Philadelphia Orchestra/Dutoit – review
The Philadelphia Orchestra's exceptional beauty was sometimes brought down to earth by their conductor's too-solid approach, writes Tim Ashley

Tim Ashley

09, Sep, 2011 @10:18 AM

Prom 71: Tribute to Stan Kenton – review
John Fordham: Jazz hasn't featured much on the Proms this year, but Stan Kenton's big-band music was unleashed with enough roaring noise to stand in for half a dozen gigs

John Fordham

08, Sep, 2011 @5:11 PM

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