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Brecht and Weill’s musical is performed with mordant relish by a strong ensemble
Taut rhythms and emotional tension were lacking in this production of Brecht and Weill’s work
An impressive showcase of works by composers who went on to suffer at the hands of the Nazis
A new work about climate change follows a tradition of librettos inspired by contemporary topics
Even in a reduced form, Kurt Weill’s musico-dramatic hybrid was a sprawling mishmash
Brecht and Weill’s timeless fable of capitalist greed rises to a denouement of biblical grandeur
The casting was faultless in this semi-staged performance of Brecht and Weill’s once-notorious work
Alex Ross, whose book inspired ‘The Rest Is Noise’ festival, talks about how war changed Europe’s musical landscape
Austrian composer H.K. Gruber introduced his young charges to ‘Frankenstein!!’ and led them on a whistle-stop tour of his music
Kurt Weill’s toy story gets a diverting, down-to-earth production at the Chicago Symphony’s summer home
The British saxophonist’s wide-ranging festival celebrated Anglo-German musical collaboration
Mark-Anthony Turnage’s production about Anna and the celebrity culture she represented is so simplistic and cheap that it wastes resources
The saving grace was the standard of the musical performance
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