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Bruckner and Nebuchadnezzar in Maidstone  

Roderic Dunnett hears a bold programme of rarely tackled pieces

Adventures in the world of Brazilian church music

Roderic Dunnett on a programme by Birmingham-based Ex Cathedra

Three choirs

TWO new appointments have been made to the organisations that run and support the Three Choirs Festival, which rotates between Gloucester, Hereford, and Worcester

Courageous Holst revival pays off  

Roderic Dunnett hears The Cloud Messenger at Tonbridge School

‘Red Priest’ rarities in Oxford

Roderic Dunnett hears some of Vivaldi’s little-known sacred music

Berlioz in Edinburgh

I HAVE delighted in Berlioz’s music since I was a teenager, when I attended my first performance of his L’Enfance du Christ. I was keen to revisit it in a recent performance by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Simeon’s song in cantata form

Roderic Dunnett hears a rarely revived piece by Malcolm Arnold

MacMillan’s new Stabat Mater

Roderic Dunnett hears the world première at the Barbican Hall

Praises sing to God the King

Ronald Corp on a new carol book for the modestly resourced

Melodious tribute by a chorus of academical clerks

Roderic Dunnett hears Bernard Rose’s music fill St Mary’s, Bampton

Music and text in Tewkesbury

Liturgy is the soul of a choral festival, says Roderic Dunnett

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