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Rebecca Rodgers wins Flax Trust Bursary

Congratulations to RIAM singing student Rebecca Rodgers on her recent win at the Clandeboye Festival. She won the Flax Trust Bursay which is worth £2,000. 91 more words

Kilkenny Festival Highlights Announced

Kilkenny Arts Festival 2014 runs from the 8th to the 14th of August. They’ve just announced some of the highlights of this years festival and they’ve once more managed to get the Globe theatre to visit, this time with a production of Much Ado about Nothing! 524 more words


"Doing The Poznan"


Lech Poznan 2 v 1 Lechia Gdansk (22.03.2014)

After the relative serenity of watching Warta Poznan play in front of 979 other fans earlier that afternoon, it was time for some relative madness; step forward the Lech Poznan experience! 1,418 more words

Club Matches

Strauss: Burleske; Mahler, Symphony no. 6 in A Minor, LSO/Dausgaard/Douglas, 25/9/13

Wednesday night saw the LSO in, frankly, disappointing form. If the rumours are true, it seems Sir Simon Rattle will have a somewhat capricious bunch to contend with in 2017; I have heard the LSO play more together under Gergiev’s toothpick and possessed left hand than they did all evening under Dausgaard’s exemplary baton technique. 881 more words


The Daily Drool: Barry Douglas

23 year old Scottish left back Barry joined Lech Poznań of the Polish Ekstraklasa in May of 2013 from Dundee United.

The Daily Drool

Britten at the Proms - Young Apollo & Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge

Camerata Ireland

The second Britten-themed Saturday matinee concert at the Cadogan Hall brought Camerata Ireland to the Proms for the first time.

Listening back to the radio broadcast confirms another programming success, the bravura of Britten’s Young Apollo and the Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge framing two more subtle pieces by Lennox Berkeley and Priaulx Rainier (a world premiere) and possibly Shostakovich’s least subtle piece ever! 473 more words

Benjamin Britten

Remember Barry Douglas?

He showed up in that musical capital, Aliso Viejo, last night. In today’s Orange County Register online, I review his piano recital that featured music by Beethoven, Schubert and Brahms. 15 more words

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