Monthly Archives: May 2011

The June Round-Up

With the weather finally starting to trend warmer some of us nature lovers will be on the lookout for la musica al fresco. You can start things off right with the Musicians of All Saints Music Festival at Hamsey Old … Continue reading

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What’s On In May?

A little late getting going with this but here you go: Top of the list for May has to be the Brighton Festival’s Glyndebourne recital by Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes.  (Watch my lips, now: it’s life óvah áhns-ness). Amazingly, … Continue reading

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Brighton Fringe presents Paul Austin Kelly & Martin Isepp

Well, if I can’t tout my rectial on my own blog, where can I tout it? Below you’ll find short biogs of the two of us.  I’ve been working with Martin Isepp for a year and half now and it … Continue reading

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Gerald Finley returns to Glyndebourne

Canadian baritone Gerald Finley is one of the leading singers of his generation, performing at the world’s major opera and concert venues, and with award-winning CDs and DVDs to his credit. He opens the Glyndebourne season this year singing the … Continue reading

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