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Posts tagged: poetry

Singular, well-conceived recital by male four-voice ensemble, reaching far and wide

By , 22/09/2018
The beautiful, and acoustically excellent Hall of Memories carved into the bottom of the Carillon is one of the loveliest places for music in the city. It’s a wonder that it’s not more used for music recitals. My previous musical experiences here have been by choirs: The Tudor Consort, Nota Bene; and just three months ago, Peter Mechen reviewed a concert by Baroque Voices. Aurora IV have moved around. Their last... read more

Challenging and enterprising concert “Freedom and Captivity” and the like, from Nota Bene

By , 01/10/2016
This concert was entitled Freedom and Captivity, reflecting, in music and words, on the experience and problems faced in wars, in colonisation, in racism and other forms of oppression. A good example of what might still be to some, an improper mixing of art and politics (recall sport and politics a generation ago). It is a worthy and fruitful topic which has inspired a lot of music and other arts... read more

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