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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Effigies of Wickedness review – Nazis' 'degenerate' songs pack a powerful punch by Erica Jeal

Gate theatre, LondonThe subversive, hard-hitting - and funny - music by composers banned by the Nazis is the real star of this charming cabaret showWhat on Earth to expect from Effigies of W…

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Flux: New Music, New Dance CD review – the best new ballet from Rambert by Erica Jeal

Rambert Orchestra/Hoskins/Fidelio Trio/Onyx Brass/Thom/Zaccardelli/Quinta(NMC)The days of new ballet scores transferring quickly to the concert hall are long gone, but Rambert has been so go…

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Friday, July 26, 2013

Prom 17: BBC Philharmonic/Mena – review by Erica Jeal

Royal Albert Hall, LondonWhy are there not more dance proms? The Albert Hall stage may be cramped, but tell that to the Antonio Márquez Company, who took it over for the second half of this…

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Prom 17: BBC Philharmonic/Mena – review by Erica Jeal

Royal Albert Hall, LondonWhy are there not more dance proms? The Albert Hall stage may be cramped, but tell that to the Antonio Márquez Company, who took it over for the second half of this…

Linked From The Guardian at 12:24PM
Sunday, March 10, 2013

Written on Skin – review by Erica Jeal

Royal Opera House, LondonEven the greatest opera composers tend to have a few early attempts that get swept under the carpet. George Benjamin, however, seems to have come to opera with his g…

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