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There Is A Lady, Sweet And Kind (TTBB A Cappella)

I met my wife during a very hectic time in my life. I was working as the music director at her childhood church, attempting to teach a private piano studio of 20 students forty minutes away and was about to continue college to start my Masters degree. 503 more words

Opera review: Nabucco and Lucia di Lammermoor at Dorset Opera Festival

Always over 60 in number, often 80, the sound they produce is every bit as thrilling as their Royal Opera and ENO counterparts – and with former ENO/WNO/Scottish Opera chorus master, Stephen Harris now in charge, they should be! 20 more words


Academically approved

On Friday with D to the Conservatorium to see/hear a “dress rehearsal” of Psyche, billed as an opera by Meta Overman.

What is she? … 739 more words


One Hundred Years Ago: 21st August 1919

Broadway’s Returned Soldiers Entertained

During the evening of Thursday 21st August 1919, starting at 6.30pm, Broadway Parish Council held a dinner for the discharged and demobilised service men of Broadway who had returned home at the end of the First World War. 410 more words


Edda Moser sings Mozart

Edda Moser, who was active on the operatic stage during the 1970s and early 1980s, should probably be better known than she is, though many will no doubt remember her from the Joseph Losey film of Don Giovanni in which she played Donna Anna. 414 more words


Indigenous Classical Musician Soars

Photo: Matt Barnes
Jeremy Dutcher is a First Nations tenor and pianist who is getting a lot of attention in Canada and beyond.

Bit by bit we’re all learning more about the people around us, people who may have very different lives and who in the past we knew nothing about. 681 more words