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Vocal & Choral

★★★★☆ Thrilling choral theatrics abound when the church goes to the opera.
★★★★☆ Walton's The Twelve the highlight in the Consort's latest offering.
★★★★☆ Auspicious start for new baroque kids on the block.
★★★★☆ Two Aussie expats give daring performance of Messiaen's love-death ritual.
★★★★☆ Rock solid a cappella mastery in a thoughtful programme by Sam Allchurch.
★★★½☆ A fine outing of an underappreciated Passion – with a new HIP band to boot.
★★★★½ Les Arts proves the madrigal is more than just a load of old nymphs and shepherds.
★★★★☆ Acacia Quartet and Sally Whitwell bear the bays at this year's Festival.
★★★★☆ Musically mind-blowing – a highly talented, intelligent collaborative period music ensemble.
★★★½☆ The Song Company delivers a strange yet compelling ‘kind-of-opera’ about an unusual musical life.

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