The Independant - Reviews is a English-speaking media specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, The Independant - Reviews is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like Norman Lebrecht - Slipped disc or My Classical Notes and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2014-06-26. Since then, a total of 462 articles have been written and published by The Independant - Reviews.
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The last article in The Independant - Reviews, "The First Prom review, Radio 3: Performance of Beethoven's symphonies has moments of magnificence", is dated 2020-07-27. By 2019, this source had published 40 articles (9 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, The Independant - Reviews has published an average of 2 articles per month.
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One moment saw a mash-up of all of the composer's symphonies condensed into nine minutes
It's the singers who save this particular production of Verdi's opera
The Southbank Centre played host to a perfect and passionate performance
The Albanian singer explores music championed by the renowned Italian soprano Rosina Storchio in her Wigmore Hall debut
The musician has returned to the London venue after living through his 'wildest musical fantasies'
Composed in 1803, at a time when Beethoven was also writing his Second Symphony and his Third piano Concerto, this work reflects the emotional pressure he was under
This revival has worked hard to cut the story's racist stereotypes
Performance melds Byzantine, Aramaic, and Coptic Christian traditions, and songs and chants which, in some cases, date from the fourth century CE
While other venues closed up shop for the festive season, Wigmore Hall has flown the flag for top-quality music, particularly within this wonderful collection of curiosities
After a few troubles, the German star regains control and delivers a brilliant performance