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Truro fêtes Wesleys

Tony Langford enjoys a service and concert for John and Charles

Stainer sequel and glorious Hummel  

Roderic Dunnett enjoys two concerts in Maidstone

An echo of Venetian glories in Malvern

Roderic Dunnett enjoys a Gabrieli evening with the Armonico Consort

Festivity with rare Respighi

Festivity with rare Respighi

Garry Humphreys on a Christmastide feast in a St Albans church

Out with the old year and in with the new

Roderic Dunnett looks both ways at music in late 2015 and treats in store for this year

A pleasure to meet Zelenka, in a barn

Roderic Dunnett hears Baroque music by a still-neglected master

Patrick and All Saints’

Roderic Dunnett on new works by Jonathan Rathbone

Nurse’s understated memorial

Garry Humphreys attends the London première of Eventide

A Viennese take on Gerontius

A Viennese take on Gerontius

Richard Lawrence finds highlights and lowlights in this year’s BBC Proms

Great Berlioz and Beethoven nights

Great Berlioz and Beethoven nights

William Dundas took his pick from the Edinburgh Festival

Three Choirs: superb at 300

Three Choirs: superb at 300

Roderic Dunnett on a feast of great classics and new commissions

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