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Bernard Hughes

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Bernard Hughes is a composer and writer, based in London.

Articles By Bernard Hughes

Coates, Tenebrae, Short, Kings Place review - effective meeting of cello and choir

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Labèques, Aurora Orchestra, Collon, Kings Place review - good-natured Schubert and Mozart delight

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Marnie, English National Opera review – hyped new opera doesn’t hit the heights

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Total Immersion: Julian Anderson, Barbican review - BBC ensembles showcase leading British composer

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Angela Hewitt, Wigmore Hall review – Bach Partitas shine and sing

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Tetzlaff, LSO, Rattle, Barbican review - a triumphant homecoming for the maestro

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Die Zauberflöte, Royal Opera review – enjoyable revival of much loved production

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Prom 24 review: Crebassa, Philharmonia, Salonen – thrilling performance of Adams masterpiece

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Prom 22 review: Pygmalion, Pichon – theatrical take on Monteverdi's Vespers

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Prom 13 review: Rana, BBCSO, Davis – Malcolm Sargent tribute lacks punch

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Prom 1 review: Levit, BBCSO, Gardner - fizzing Adams finally ignites mixed First Night

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Wosner, Aurora Orchestra, Collon, Kings Place

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Trpčeski, LSO, Roth, Barbican

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Bryars and Reich, London Philharmonic Orchestra, RFH

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Uchida, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, RFH

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Last Night of the Proms, BBCSO, Oramo

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DVD: Beach Rats

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