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Fashion Museum, Bath, and No. 1 Royal Crescent, Bath
Two exhibitions in Bath, representing very different approaches to interpreting the eighteenth century.
Miranda Reading, King's College London
Something for everyone, but not without some disturbing narratives of 'progression.'
Joint Conference of the American Musicological Society and the Society for Music Theory, Milwaukee
Andrew Malilay White, University of Notre Dame, US
David Schulenberg's presentation of some significant but often overlooked C.P.E. Bach works is met with appreciation by a full audience.
St Catharines, Ontario
John Sainsbury, Brock University
A modern, Canadian take on Cowley's classic, which sharpens its social commentary well.
The Foundling Museum
A small and stimulating exhibition brings together science and art in the personality of this polymath physician.
N. G. Howe
An entertaining production with an interesting aesthetic.
New Theatre. Oxford
The Welsh National Opera present a mixed bag with two Rossini operas
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles
Howard D. Weinbrot, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Barrie Kosky's staging of Dido and Aeneas leaves much to be desired.
The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago
Howard D. Weinbrot, The University of Wisconsin, Madison
The eighteenth century makes for an interesting context in this production of Strauss's 'conversation piece'.
Tullia Giersberg, King's College London
All is not well in Tatjana Gürbaca's colourless new production of Hasse's pastoral opera.