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Before Alisa Kolosova's BBC Proms debut this Friday, we caught up with the Russian mezzo soprano:
Russian mezzo-soprano Alisa Kolosova makes her BBC Proms debut next Friday… and Proms debuts don’t come much bigger than Verdi’s Requiem. We caught up with here ahead of the big day.
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Opinion: Why London needs a new concert hall
Travel broadens the mind. It also opens the ears. For years, I was very happy to hear concerts in London… until I heard halls elsewhere.
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Lovely interview with Scottish mezzo Karen Cargill on all things Lieder:
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Young pianist Seong-Jin Cho made quite an impression with the +Philharmonia Orchestra in Birmingham... same programme on in London today, folks! 
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Why BBC Radio 4's John Humphrys is wrong about ticket prices for classical music... 
On Monday’s Today programme on BBC Radio 4, presenter John Humphreys boldly – deliberately even – stepped into an operatic minefield. It blew up in his face.
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Bachtrack was founded in January 2008 and is the largest classical event finder online. We list over 12,000 upcoming events in classical concerts, opera and dance. We also publish around 200 reviews every month from our team of around 120 reviewers based all around the world.


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