After a decade of almost unrelieved mediocrity, this summer’s festival shows some signs of imagination.
The opening concert – John Adams choral work Harmonium – will be flashed in animation onto the outer walls of Usher Hall.
The Festival Chorus gets a spotlight to itself.
Original Mozart productions are being trawled in from Budapest and Berlin.
Sylvie Guillem has a dance project.
A BBC orchestra will play late-night gigs.
The theatre programme has real coherence.
The new director is Fergus Linehan.
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