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12 ensemble

Music reimagined through time – the 12 ensemble find fresh voices in old sounds with music from Britten and Schubert, a new multimedia performance of Woolrich, plus a work from Tansy Davies.

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BBC Singers/Sofi Jeannin

Sofi Jeannin and the BBC Singers explore a programme of the repertoire of the French composers of Lully and Rameau, with the added visual spectacle of dance from Aakash Odedra. 

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Australian Chamber Orchestra: Mozart's Last Three Symphonies

Three symphonies, written in a matter of weeks by a genius at the top of his form – and three universes of emotion, beauty and uncompromising artistic truth.

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Australian Chamber Orchestra: Bach, Beethoven and Bartók

Bach, Beethoven, Bartók… and Sufjan Stevens: a typically refreshing take on the classical concert format from the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

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Emerson String Quartet

Some ensembles just attract superlatives. ‘With musicians like this there must be some hope for humanity’ wrote The Times of the Emerson Quartet. Hear them play music at the heart of their repertoire.

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Britten Sinfonia: The Last Letter

To commemorate the end of the Great War, Britten Sinfonia premiere a new arrangement of Nico Muhly’s poignant The Last Letter as part of a compelling and dramatic evening of music and words.

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BBC SO Total Immersion: In Remembrance World War I - chamber

Vocal and chamber music by composers on both sides of the World War One conflict.

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BBC Singers/Sofi Jeannin

On this centenary Remembrance Sunday, British composers Roderick Williams and Bob Chilcott have created new, and very personal, responses to the tragedy of the First World War.

A City Without Jews

Die Stadt ohne Juden (PG)

This startlingly prescient silent film from inter-war Vienna, now with score from Olga Neuwirth, chillingly imagines – and astonishingly predicts – the consequences as a city succumbs to intolerance.

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Academy of Ancient Music/Collins: Mozart

The Academy of Ancient Music is joined by legendary British clarinettist Michael Collins, tracing Mozart’s relationship with his musical predecessors and his influence on those who came after.