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ECHO Rising Stars: James Newby

Our own ECHO Rising Stars nomination, baritone and Guildhall School alumnus James Newby was an obvious and deserving choice for a Europe-wide showcase – come and hear why.

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Explore Scarlatti

Inventive, exuberant, and endlessly entertaining, the keyboard music of Domenico Scarlatti is a treasure-trove of musical possibilities. Explore a genius without limits in this day-long celebration.

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Britten Sinfonia & Ian Bostridge

Ian Bostridge and Britten Sinfonia embark on a journey around Europe with folk-inspired chamber music from Bartók to Britten, including a new work by Sir James MacMillan.

Pekka lost in the moment as he passionately plays his violin

Pekka Kuusisto & Friends: Quartet for the End of Time

A vision of eternity, as violinist Pekka Kuusisto and three friends explore the ecstatic musical universe of Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time.

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Sarah Cahill: The Future is Female

400 years, 62 composers but just one pianist: Sarah Cahill performs a day-long celebration of female voices and female creativity, challenging entrenched myths and persistent prejudices.

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BBC SO Total Immersion: Phantoms, Visions, Siren Voices

A selection of Sibelius’s songs and melodramas, interspersed with readings.

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Casals Quartet & Jeremy Denk: Schumann & Brahms

Philosopher-pianist Jeremy Denk and the Casals Quartet show that epic emotions can come in small packages, playing the piano quintets of Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms.

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Roderick Williams in recital with Andrew West

The British baritone’s smiling, deeply expressive brand of artistry makes his song recitals occasions to cherish. Tonight he focuses on French song and his beloved English repertoire.

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Britten Sinfonia & Nora Fischer

Inspired by Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey, Sarah Kirkland Snider’s indie/folk-inspired song cycle Penelope is a meditation on memory, identity and what it means to come home.

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Pekka Kuusisto & Nico Muhly: Breaking Ground

Travel from rural Finland to bustling Manhattan and find the threads between J S Bach and Philip Glass as Pekka Kuusisto and Nico Muhly share their limitless musical world.