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Buoyant, homegrown music ignites concert - Miami Herald

By germanifa01 - June 20th, 2008, 3:28, Category: General

Seraphic Fire's luminous, scrupulously refined vocalism in classical repertoire is so well-known a commodity that one is constantly taken aback by the group's ability to tackle populist genres that seem light years removed from its home ground

Bringing Big 'Ead to the big screen - BBC Entertainment
He was known as "Old Big 'Ead", so Brian Clough would not have been surprised to know a film is being made about him. But fans of the late, great football manager might want to watch the film, The Damned United, from behind a sofa. Rather than

The Merry Wives of Windsor: Summer's feel-good hit - Daily Telegraph
One of the most endearing things about Shakespeare is that as well as producing plays of unparalleled emotional and intellectual profundity, he also found time to invent the English sitcom. One of the Globe's best ever productions: Serena Evans (left

Red Priest: Buccaneers of the Baroque - Daily Telegraph
Red Priest's droll, irreverent stance on music of the Baroque era has been bringing glee to the concert scene for a decade or more, and this programme, given as part of the Proms at St Jude's in north-west London, showed that the group's spirit and