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She was an oboe player, performing with the National Youth Orchestra of ..
Minerva Festival is organised annually by Cambridge students, and ‘celebrates the music of women and non-binary people’. It’s ..read more
With a spare evening in Düsseldorf, Hänsel und Gretel seemed our best bet. Purchasing very reasonably priced stalls seats, we made our ..read more
In case it’s useful to know, I discovered that there are three churches in the Haarlem area named after St Bavo. The one I was meant to ..read more
When walking round the Vondelpark in Amsterdam I’ve often spied the large, outwardly gloomy former church which is now a musical centre ..read more
Despite the ferociously crowded rush hour trains, followed by the steep climb up Egham Hill, I always enjoy night-time trips out to Royal ..read more
Welcome to Not Now Bernard and other stories, a new album performed by the excellent Orchestra of the Swan under Tom Hammond. Three ..read more
A few years ago I wrote a short piece for viola and soprano, The Sweet Primroses. It had a couple of performances, and I mostly forgot ..read more
The Grand Final of the Commonwealth International Composition Award took place this week in Overseas House. Notables rubbed shoulders with ..read more
Bristol is one of a choice few places from my UK-wide travels which is looking better than when I last saw it. Spending a couple of days ..read more
Birmingham is changing by the week. With all the rebuilding going on at present, it’s unrecognisable to a longtime but irregular visitor ..read more

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