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Blu-ray: Round Midnight

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Album: Ches Smith - Interpret It Well

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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent review - a very funny meta-comedy

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Sounds of Estonia, Kings Place review - one of the world's great choirs on spellbinding form

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Great Freedom review - love behind bars in Germany

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The Duke review - a new feelgood classic

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Gidon Kremer 75th Birthday Concert, Wigmore Hall review - poignant moments focused on Ukraine

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Blu-ray: In the Realm of the Senses

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Album: Kit Downes, Petter Eldh, James Maddren – Vermillion

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Album: Fiona Monbet – Maelström

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Sandrine Piau, David Kadouch, Wigmore Hall review - the joy is in the detail

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Albums of the Year 2021: Céu - Acústico

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Semenchuk, Skigin, Wigmore Hall review - compelling Tchaikovsky songs

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Blu-ray: Le Samouraï

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Album: Kenny G - New Standards

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Soweto Kinch, LSO / 'London Third Stream', London Sinfonietta, EFG London Jazz Festival review - projects from the political to the loop-y

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