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Jessica Duchen

Articles By Jessica Duchen

András Schiff, Wigmore Hall review - Bach in isolation

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Oslo Philharmonic, Mäkelä online review - focus, flair and midwinter heartbreak

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First Person: Jessica Duchen on writing about Beethoven's Immortal Beloved

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Pavel Kolesnikov, Wigmore Hall review - the stuff of dreams

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Tasmin Little Farewell Recital, RFH review - memories, tributes and dreams

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Jeneba Kanneh-Mason, Sode, Chineke! Orchestra, Edusei, RFH review - protest, passion and joy

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Stephen Kovacevich, Wigmore Hall review - a sublime birthday treat

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Mariam Batsashvili, Wigmore Hall review – the serious virtuoso

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Black Classical Music: The Forgotten History, BBC Four review - sounds to treasure

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Danny Driver, Wigmore Hall review - ingenious sleight-of-hand

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BBC Proms live online: Aurora Orchestra, Collon review - down memory lane

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Kanneh-Mason, Philharmonia, Wilson online review - light in darkness

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Paul Lewis/Hyeyoon Park, Benjamin Grosvenor, Wigmore Hall online/BBC Radio 3 review - tranquil Schubert, fiery Franck

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Beyond the Grace Note, Sky Arts review - march of the women conductors

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Grosvenor, Park, Ridout, Soltani, QEH review - inspired collegiality at the highest level

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Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective, Wigmore Hall review - a joyous celebration

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