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Bach by Candlelight in Nelson Cathedral

By , 07/02/2011
It has been traditional to use the cathedral's lighting possibilities as dusk falls to capture a special atmosphere, usually in a concert involving a voice or voices. For the first time I was sitting on the side, from which the stage was largely obscured by one of the massive romanesque pillars. Keith Lewis was not visible during any of his four arias. It was not so important since in the... read more

Campbell’s clarinet in music from his home

By , 07/02/2011

This lunchtime concert was a showcase for clarinettist James Campbell. In contrast with his problematic work in a Mozart Quintet on Sunday, this was an unmitigated triumph. Apart from the opening... read more

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