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Prepare to be spooked, like the governess of two unsettling children in Benjamin Britten's spine-chilling opera The Turn of the Screw
A monumental lament for the losses in war is given an operatic staging
In the Know
The world's finest orchestras, conductors, singers and instrumental soloists head for London for the biggest music festival on the planet
In The Know
Verdi, Mozart, Rossini, Handel and Britten, plus a new work by Nico Muhly, and a Gilbert and Sullivan political satire
Tried and Tested
Love, ambition, envy, spite and reconciliation are shaken into one heady potion in a landmark opera production that only improves with the years
Celebrations of Shakespeare 400 climax with a star-studded gala concert directed by Simon Callow featuring Dominic West and Anna Chancellor
Voice, cello and piano are fused in this rare collaboration between three of Britain's pre-eminent musicians