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Album: This Dream of You – Diana Krall

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Christian Gerhaher, Gerold Huber, Wigmore Hall review – revelatory Schubert welcomes audiences back

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BBC Proms live online: Romaniw, BBCNOW, Bancroft - creating 'hwyl' with no audience

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Album: Allison Neale - Quietly There

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Album: Gregory Porter - All Rise

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Album: Solveig Slettahjell – Come In From the Rain

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The Adulterer, Channel 4 review - atmospheric, addictive and bingeworthy

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Album: Maria Schneider Orchestra – Data Lords

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Album: Norah Jones – Pick Me Up Off the Floor

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Album: John Scofield, Steve Swallow, Bill Stewart - Swallow Tales

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Jazz musicians adapt to the lockdown - 'Welcome to our world!'

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Daniel Sepec, Tabea Zimmermann, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Wigmore Hall review - the viola is a star

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Max Raabe, Palast-Orchester, Cadogan Hall review - escapism with irony

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Sam Lee, EartH Hackney - capturing the spirit of the moment

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Album: Pat Metheny – From This Place

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Ermonela Jaho, Stephen Maughan, Wigmore Hall review – emotional honesty in rare repertoire

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