Uplift yourself with music

Opera North- Trouble in Tahiti by Bernstein

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This acclaimed production of Bernstein's one-act satire on the American dream is an hour long.

Sir Karl Jenkins- Virtual Mass Singalong The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace

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The celebration features movements recorded during lockdown by more than 5,000 singers from across the world, interviews with Sir Karl Jenkins and an exclusive performance from special guests.

Into Opera- You Won’t Hold me Back

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A major artistic response to the Covid-19 pandemic from six primary schools in Norwich. Music composed by Will Todd, lyrics curated by Genevieve Raghu and Adisa the Verbalizer

Maxim Vengerov

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Maxim Vengerov performed an exclusive live living room concert from Russia in March 2020, for all or us at home. Programme: Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio, Op.50 Mozart: Violin Sonata No. 32 in B-Flat Major Schubert: Fantasy in C major

Wigmore Hall - Lunchtime recitals

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Wigmore Hall’s lunchtime concert series of live recitals featuring artists including Alina Ibragimova, Angela Hewitt, Stephen Hough and Iestyn Davies ran throughout June but all are still available to watch

Tansy Davies and Nick Drake- Cave

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In the cavernous warehouse space of Printworks London, this chamber opera follows a grieving father's (Mark Padmore) quest for survival in a world devastated by climate change. Desperate to connect one last time with his daughter (Elaine Mitchener), he enters a dark cave, triggering a journey into an underworld of spirits. Cave was awarded the Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Chamber Composition in 2019 and was directed by Lucy Bailey, designed by Mike Britton and conducted by Geoffrey Paterson.

Curve Theatre- Nartan Dance Series -  Rajasthani Folk Music

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Dr. Mukesh Sharma and his son Pulkit perform Rajasthani music pieces Jhirmir Jhirmir, Lolee and Gorbandh, as well as a dhol solo.

Royal Opera House - International Women’s Day 2021

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The Royal Opera House is delighted to announce a week of activity to mark International Women’s Day 2021.

Join us from Monday 8 March as we celebrate International Women’s Day 2021 and host a week of events, broadcasts and discussions that go behind the scenes to explore the lives of women in our industry today.