sun 29/05/2022

Miranda Heggie

Articles By Miranda Heggie

Le nozze di Figaro, Glyndebourne review - fabulous singing and a classy production

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CBSO Musicians, Hockley Social Club, Birmingham review - creative coalescence of music and dining

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Wallen, Filthy Lucre, Rich Mix review - classical music meets club night

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Blue Rose Code, Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham review - stand out folk in a cosy, quirky venue

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Nu Civilisation Orchestra, What's Going On, Birmingham Town Hall review - bringing a masterpiece to life

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Black Pumas, O2 Institute, Birmingham review - bluesy grooves with high octane energy

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CBSO Quartet, Hockley Social Club, Birmingham review - unveiling of innovative new partnership

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Karine Polwart, Birmingham Town Hall Review: Expertly crafted modern folk

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Blade Runner, Avex Ensemble, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - synths synced to screen

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Edinburgh International Festival 2021: Anna Meredith

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Elisabeth Leonskaja / Goldmund Quartet, Edinburgh International Festival review - established and emerging stars shine bright

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Edinburgh International Festival 2021: traditional music round-up review

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Baker, Chineke! Orchestra, Eddins, Edinburgh International Festival review - women's stories told by women

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Echo Vocal Ensemble, Midlands Arts Centre review - fresh and fun approach to choral singing

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theartsdesk at the Ryedale Festival 2021 - music returns to the moors

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Gweneth Ann Rand, Simon Lepper, Wigmore Hall review - a richly hued collection of songs

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