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Miranda Heggie

Articles By Miranda Heggie

BBC Proms live online: Anoushka Shankar/Laura Marling - scintillating sitar and fortified folk

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The Telephone, Scottish Opera/Cargill, RSNO, Søndergård, Edinburgh International Festival online - human emotions in digital form

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BBC Lunchtime Concerts from Glasgow's City Halls, BBC Radio 3 review - a feast for ears if not for eyes

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Alina Ibragimova, Kristian Bezuidenhout/Iestyn Davies, Elizabeth Kenny, Wigmore Hall online/BBC Radio 3 review - two perfect pairings

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Roderick Williams, Joseph Middleton, Wigmore Hall online/BBC Radio 3 review - gender roles in song examined

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Tectonics Rewind, BBCSSO review - new music festival revisits past gems

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Carly Rae Jepsen, Brixton Academy review - punchy, polished pop

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Transatlantic Sessions, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - folk fusion from Burns to the boss

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Miloš Karadaglić, Birmingham Town Hall review - flashy and fierce, with exquisite detail

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Celtic Connections 2020, Glasgow review - fine feast of Scottish music

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Röschmann, LSO, Rattle, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - passion with precision

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Ex Cathedra, Skidmore, Coventry Cathedral review - Christmas calm and contemplation

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Don Pasquale, Royal Opera review - fun and frolics in stylish new production

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Dariescu, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Simonov, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - Soviet fear and loathing

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Kolesnikov, Britten-Shostakovich Festival Orchestra, Latham-Koenig, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - cross-country friendships flourish

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Don Jo, Grimeborn review - conceptual style over musical substance

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