sun 16/06/2024

Ian Julier

Articles By Ian Julier

Baráti, Bournemouth SO, Riveiro Böhm, Lighthouse, Poole review - a quartet of musical child prodigies

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Bournemouth SO, Karabits, Lighthouse, Poole review - more voices from the east

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Bournemouth SO, Karabits, Lighthouse, Poole – let there be light and joy

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Bartlett, LPO, Mathieson, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne review – Rhymes, Rhapsody and Winter Daydreams

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Cooper, Bournemouth SO, Wigglesworth, Lighthouse, Poole review – musical sunbursts

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Klieser, Driver, Bournemouth SO Soloists, Lighthouse, Poole review - a celebration of E flat

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Kanneh-Mason, LPO, Bloxham, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne review - stark Russian contrasts

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Colli, Bournemouth SO, Scaglione, Lighthouse, Poole review - drama and romance

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Bournemouth SO, Karabits, Lighthouse, Poole review - go east!

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Liebeck, Bournemouth SO, Hasan, Lighthouse, Poole review - evergreen gifts of melody

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Tchetuev, LPO, Larsen-Maguire, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne review - sunshine by the sea

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Bournemouth SO, Litton, Lighthouse, Poole review - a Coup de Ballet sans dancers

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Baeva, Ulster Orchestra, Rustioni, Ulster Hall, Belfast review - magic from an Italian star conductor

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