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It’s all in a day’s work for Geoffrey Horton, the musical director of Opera At Bearwood’s forthcoming show La Traviata.
An usherette at Henley Festival will this year perform on stage. Phil Creighton gets the choc ices.
Next week a much-loved opera that was a critical flop on its debut will be performed in the grounds of Bearwood College.
South Street has played host to many famous names in the past including one David Bowie. In fact, the multi-faceted popstar was such a hit when he played there last year the gig was a sell-out.
John Leeson. The chances are you’ve not really heard of him, but you’ve definitely heard him in action.
This Saturday, the third Outside:Inside festival kicks off, promising a month of live music. Jenny Minard and Phil Creighton get their dancing shoes on.
When Dennis Siggery woke up one morning, and got out of bed, he wasn’t expecting to open up his email to find a recording contract from MLMP, a major record company.
Next month, the new Classical Music Alive season kicks off and, as Phil Creighton discovers, it’s going to be out of this world.
On Friday, a Reading pub will raise its glasses to a new music night where you can be the star.
If there's one person who knows more about rhythm and blues than anyone else it’s probably Paul Jones.