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Music from Downton Abbey will be performed live in an open-air concert on 22 June, some three months before the highly-anticipated film based on the series is released. The Chamber Orchestra of London will perform at the concert and the show's composer John Lunn will play the piano. Carson the Butler from the show will be hosting it.
Come Sunday night, Harold Wheeler will be one of the most important people at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Here’s why you should never doze off at the orchestra.
Here are some unforgettable performances from one of South Africa's most inspiring orchestras.
While we pray the Brexit negotiations won't uproot the current mix of players that give such orchestras their character and depth, as I write, David Davis' team is yet to secure their position. We may still find our orchestras pillaged of their vital DNA.
I am someone who really loves great TV and equally interested in delving a bit deeper into how great TV is made. There's
A couple of years ago, I was having a drink with a friend at the Clapham Picturehouse bar when the time came to take our seats in the cinema. We asked the barman for plastic cups to pour our wine into, but he shook his head, saying they no longer offered this.
Watching the new Star Wars film, I was struck, beyond the music, how much like a symphony it is: a prospect hinted at the very outset propels us on a quest, luring us through many different moods and emotions, towards a climactic final reckoning.
Like many, I used to travel purely for fun. I jetted off to destinations known for warm weather, picturesque beaches and
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