Proms 2013

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Wagner: Parsifal CD review – Elder brings a measured approach but a glorious final act
(Hallé, four CDs)

Andrew Clements

31, May, 2017 @2:00 PM

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A quiet word about classical concert etiquette

Who says classical music must be enjoyed in silence? Despite a summer of mobiles, coughs and even a misfiring hearing aid, Kate Molleson refuses to join the tutters

Kate Molleson

10, Sep, 2013 @6:03 PM

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Letters: Three cheers for Marin Alsop
Letters: To be Gramophone magazine's Artist of the Year and receive the Royal Philharmonic Society conductor's award, both in the same year, showed that her talents were far from unknown

08, Sep, 2013 @8:00 PM

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Prom 74: VPO/Maazel – review

Opening for the Vienna Philharmonic, Klaus Sonnleitner made gleeful use of the Royal Albert Hall's beast of an organ, writes Erica Jeal

Erica Jeal

08, Sep, 2013 @2:15 PM

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Prom 75: BBCSO/Alsop – review

Marin Alsop's historic occupancy of the podium for the Last Night of the Proms energised the event musically and politically, writes Martin Kettle

Martin Kettle

08, Sep, 2013 @12:57 PM

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Last Night of the Proms – review

Royal Albert Hall, London

Fiona Maddocks

08, Sep, 2013 @5:56 AM

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American Lulu; Prom 68; Proms Chamber Music 8 – review
A jazzy reworking of Berg's Lulu loses all focus. And the Proms get melancholy, writes Fiona Maddocks

Fiona Maddocks

07, Sep, 2013 @11:07 PM

The Proms' photographer's best pictures from the 2013 season

Chris Christodoulou has been the Proms' inhouse photographer, capturing the artists and the atmosphere, for over 30 years. We asked him to pick his favourite shots from this year's season, and tell us why

06, Sep, 2013 @2:57 PM

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Prom 72: OS di Milano Giuseppe Verdi/Zhang – review

Well-performed operatic chunks couldn't make up for the lack of Verdi in this year's Proms – but the Tchaikovsky was electric, writes Tim Ashley

Tim Ashley

06, Sep, 2013 @11:10 AM

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Prom 71: BBCSO/Vänskä – review

Górecki's famous Third Symphony was spellbinding, writes Martin Kettle

Martin Kettle

05, Sep, 2013 @12:29 PM

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Proms 69 & 70: Oslo PO/Petrenko, BBC Singers/Hill – review

Vasily Petrenko delivered a Beethoven/Bruckner double bill while David Hill drew a magical performance from the BBC Singers, writes George Hall

George Hall

04, Sep, 2013 @12:59 PM

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Imogen Cooper, pianist – portrait of the artist

The Mozart and Schubert specialist talks about sitting under the family piano as a three-year-old, making a career by following what she loves – and why she hates backhanded compliments

Interview by Laura Barnett

03, Sep, 2013 @5:00 PM

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