Symphonies without end

The editor of the Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, has written a tender-hearted feature about his former schoolteacher, Derek Bourgeois, a composer who claims

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Symphonies without end

The editor of the Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, has written a tender-hearted feature about his former schoolteacher, Derek Bourgeois, a composer who claims

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Decca, the epilogue

It’s all over, bar the paper shuffling. In response to my column last week, the Universal Music Group issued a

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Decca, the epilogue

It’s all over, bar the paper shuffling. In response to my column last week, the Universal Music Group issued a

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Worth the wait?

Two nights late due to snowfall and a dozen years after he last held the stage, Jonathan Miller’s production of

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Worth the wait?

Two nights late due to snowfall and a dozen years after he last held the stage, Jonathan Miller’s production of

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Not so eagerly awaited?

English National Opera are offering best seats for tomorrow’s opening night of Jonathan Miller’s new Boheme for as little as

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