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All Online Reviews

Online Reviews Editor: Emrys Jones

Specialist Online Reviews Editors: Allison Goudie, Fine Art; Tullia Giersberg, Music; Daniel Cook, Media; James Harriman-Smith, Theatre

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Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power

March 2015
Emma Purcell, University of Leicester
A fascinating insight into the overlooked back story of women's suffrage.

Dutch National Opera: Handel’s Tamerlano and Alcina

Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam
March 2015
Julie and Frans Muller
Eighteenth- and twentieth-century aesthetics were at odds in Dutch National Opera's Handel duo, but the singers and orchestra were excellent.

The Provok'd Wife

March 2015
Miranda Reading, King's College London
An energetic and accessible version of Vanbrugh's classic.

Frankenstein (2004, Dir. Marcus Nispel)

March 2015
Kathleen Hudson, University of Sheffield
Fittingly, in adapting an 'open adaptation' of Frankenstein, Director Marcus Nispel created a monster.

Florilegium at The Frick: A Golden Interval

The Frick Collection Music Hall, New York
March 2015
Sarah Mallory, Parsons The New School For Design
Period instrument ensemble Florilegium delight with an innovative concert of late-Baroque music.

Henry Purcell's 'The Indian Queen': a new production directed by Peter Sellars

The London Coliseum
March 2015
Ryan Fowler, King’s College London
Peter Sellars's unmissable production provides a spectacular fusion of different art forms

John Corigliano: 'The Ghosts of Versailles'

L.A. Opera
March 2015
Howard D. Weinbrot, University of Wisconsin, Madison
LA Opera's 'Figaro Unbound' begins with Corigliano's afterlife exploration of Louis XVI's court of Versailles.

Banished, Episode 1 (BBC Two)

March 2015
Thomas Almeroth-Williams
This ambitious and well-meaning season opener is sadly underwhelming.

A Performance in Marylebone Gardens recreated: Pergolesi’s 'La Serva Padrona'

Wilton's Music Hall, London
February 2015
Angela Escott
Insieme offer a highly enjoyable recreation of an eighteenth-century experience with Pergolesi's 'La Serva Padrona'

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and Master Chorale: Mozart's 'Requiem' Discovery Concert

Ambassador Auditorium, LA
February 2015
Howard D. Weinbrot, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jeffrey Kahane and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra provide a highly informative evening with a superb performance of Mozart's Requiem.

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