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London Philharmonic Orchestra 4 Jun 19
This powerful bass drum moment from Dies irae is iconic, so tap along with all your might and help portray the terrors of the ‘Day of Wrath.’ What’s your favourite loud percussive moment?
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MonteverdiChoir&Orch 17 Sep 18
Here's some - prepare to be blown away as ORR and Monteverdi Choir deliver the Dies Irae's terrifying evocation of the Last Judgement in this clip from rehearsals. Last chance for tickets at
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Arturo Chacón-Cruz 2 Mar 18
What a night! After an unforgettable in San Sebastián with ... and I had fun with
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Lenny's Studio 3 Feb 18
Tune in to at 2pm CET / 8am ET for a LIVE broadcast of the featuring & , both making their debut w/ 🌟 @ColumbiaArtists @InArt_Clemente
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Marta Fontanals-Simmons 7 May 16
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Merola Opera Program 11 Feb 18
Enjoy the archived broadcast of last weekend's from featuring ( '08) & (Merola '09) in their debut appearances (credit: )
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James Clutton 31 Dec 17
What an emotional night this was. Thank you to everyone who pulled together for this amazing night. Sian Edwards et al.
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Gianandrea Noseda 23 Aug 17
Always an intense emotion! @ Usher Hall
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Kristine Opolais 16 Jul 19
“Soprano Kristine Opolais funneled spiritual pathos into her solos, which culminated in the stunning ‘Libera me.’” Thank you to our audience and this great team for a fantastic performance of the ! 💫🎶 📸 Michael Blanchard
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James Clutton 1 Aug 17
Even though the performance of is sold out, you can still donate here
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Intermusica 28 May 19
An Intermusica double-whammy at 's at tonight - toi toi & ! Try to get a selfie for us :-)
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Sean Panikkar 20 Apr 18
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City of London Choir 20 Nov 18
Views from the choir at rehearsal earlier! It's safe to say we're all quite excited!
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The Classical Source 13 Jul 18
Verdi's Requiem, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner, in aid of Cancer Research at Westminster Cathedral
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Elizabeth Fortescue 10 Aug 17
What a brilliant Verdi Requiem by tonight. By turns powerful and sublime.
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St Andrew Camerata 22 Aug 17
Another great occasion! such passion! Best since 1982!! RIP your dear friend.
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Enrique Mazzola 27 May 18
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Royal Orchestral Soc Nov 16
Congratulations to players, choir, conductor, soloists tonight in you were fabulous 🤩 and as for and - just 👌👌👌
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Corinne Winters 29 Jan 18
By request, a cheeky snippet of my with & co. What a privilege to sing one of the best pieces ever written. Enjoy! 😊💗💫
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CBSO Chorus 6 Sep 16
Ladies and gentlemen... welcome to Youth Choir 2016!
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