Durham University Chamber Choir show technically brilliant singing and musical sensitivity in a fascinating programme of contrasts.
Excellent singing and characterisation in Durham Opera Ensemble’s small scale Eugene Onegin at the Assembly Rooms.
EXAUDI, directed by James Weeks, probe the brutal extremities of Gesualdo’s passions, along with music by Christopher Fox and Patrick Hegarty.
Durham University Choral Society with soloist Phil Normand sing Vaughan Williams and Stanford and rise to the challenge of Parry’s ‘Songs of farewell’.
The Pont Neuf becomes a musical thoroughfare, conveying the gossip and politics of 17th century Paris in this absorbing performance by Badinage.
DUOS ended their year with an impressive journey through contrasting symphonies by Saint-Saëns, Prokofiev and ending with a thrilling Mahler 5.
Music inspired by the Russian orthodox tradition of searching for God’s light through stillness, sung magnificently by Durham University Chamber Choir.
A blast of energy with an explosive concert by Red Priest of their new programme ‘Truly, Madly Baroque’ opening the SRP National Festival at Ushaw College.