WORDS TO THE WISE: Quotes from our July 17 edition
This ambitious programme opened with Arvo Part s beautiful and powerful Credo, which includes the wonderful babbling part for the chorus followed by the farting trumpet passage for the brass. The men of the chorus , in their open neck black shirts looki
This ambitious programme opened with Arvo Part's beautiful and powerful Credo, which includes the wonderful babbling part for the chorus followed by the "farting trumpet" passage for the brass. The men of the chorus , in their open neck black shirts looking oddly like Greek restaurant waiters circa 1974, were clearly enjoying this bit.
Dave Winskill reviewing the recent Crouch End Festival Chorus concert at The Barbican.
It was through reading the stories of Sherlock Holmes that I discovered about life in England - the mist, always having to carry around an umbrella, tea at five. He and his doctor friend Watson taught me about your idiosyncrasies before I ever arrived there,
Omara Portuondo (pictured) comes to Kenwood with Cuba's Buena Vista Social Club musicians on Saturday night - what's the chances that she'll be stopping off at Baker Street en route?
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Author Piers Dudgeon explains his motivation for investigating Daphne du Maurier's secret childhood diaries, resulting in the publication of his new book, Captivated.
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Parking issues are at the heart of a battle that has broken out over a new youth centre, which is to be build opposite a once-thriving play school nursery in Golders Green.