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Vocal & Choral

Newly recovered and recorded, the composer whose life was cut short at the Somme is assuming his righful place.
The Finnish composer shocked many in the establishment when he embraced a popular mysticism with his musical angels.
The Trinity Choir director reveals his deep connection to the music of Herbert Howells.
The Victorians changed the festive season as we know it, but Dickens changed the way Victorians themselves saw Christmas.
The Australian mezzo is finishing off her year with Pinchgut Opera's latest show and SwanSongs Perth.
Practice might seem the obvious answer, but the Manly Warringah Choir might have a better scheme.
Permission to Speak aims to explore parent-child relationships through sound, action and percussive cutlery.
Now he is thought of as an old Dutch master, but the former apostle of Marxist modernism would doubtless shy away from such titles.
As Australia plunges down international rankings, all the Government offers is a race to the bottom of the educational ladder.
The socially savvy mezzo supports many causes, but after the Paris attacks she’s decided to go on the record.