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Review of 2013: Arts

MUSICAL anniversaries in 2013 included those of Verdi and Wagner, but it was the Suffolk composer Benjamin Britten who, with his gift for writing music with communities and children in mind, was the most widely celebrated in England on his centenary.

Events and broadcasts were too many to number. His opera Peter Grimes was successfully performed on the beach at Aldeburgh; Billy Budd was featured at Glyndebourne (Proms); there were outings for less-well-known works ...

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