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4/15 @ 5:01 PM
bachtrack - All is not lost! If you couldn't be there in person, watch Royal Stockholm Philharmonic's #Shostakovich 5 online - http://t.co/97dssYewMX

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4/15 @ 1:05 PM
bachtrack - ***** for overwhelmingly powerful #Verdi’s Requiem under 'force of nature' Riccardo Muti @Teatro_Real: http://t.co/VtlfcN3G1J

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4/15 @ 12:30 PM
bachtrack - Age of Anxiety: Christof Loy’s unsettling #Arabella at Dutch National Opera http://t.co/F3pyftzoJL @DutchNatOpera

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4/15 @ 11:48 AM
bachtrack - Can't get enough of Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra? Relive their Shostakovich 5 online! watch video here - http://t.co/h5HuuXUrmd

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4/14 @ 2:15 PM
bachtrack - The Winter's Tale a colourful spring hit for choreographer Christopher Wheeldon @TheRoyalBallet @wheeldondance http://t.co/ZmMyNa72Xa

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4/14 @ 12:30 PM
bachtrack - A 5 star performance @Concertgebouw as @AAMorchestra dazzles with Eastertide St Matthew's Passion http://t.co/cRQwJoZ697

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4/14 @ 11:30 AM
bachtrack - Like father like daughter? Subtle, impeccable performance of Shankar compositions by @ShankarAnoushka @theusherhall http://t.co/FrgB6yRm7c

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4/14 @ 9:15 AM
bachtrack - In a concert of two halves, Janá?ek's 'Slavonic, dramatic, overwhelming' Glagolitic Mass triumphs @southbankcentre http://t.co/oTDgirZJjz

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4/14 @ 8:50 AM
bachtrack - 5 stars to @AAMorchestra for their 'humane, generous vision' of St Matthew's Passion @Concertgebouw @roseandfriends http://t.co/cRQwJoZ697

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4/14 @ 8:30 AM
bachtrack - London Handel Festival makes a strong case for rarely heard oratorio #Deborah http://t.co/yrfbXIecTL

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4/14 @ 8:05 AM
bachtrack - The Winter's Tale - a spring hit @TheRoyalBallet on 450th anniversary of the Bard's birth @wheeldondance http://t.co/ZmMyNa72Xa #Shakespeare

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4/14 @ 8:01 AM
bachtrack - An eccentric programme from Sir Mark Elder & @the_halle went down a storm @BridgewaterHall! #KurtWeill #Shostakovich http://t.co/TXL40DN4pj

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4/14 @ 7:35 AM
bachtrack - Alexandra Dariescu's Shostakovich a highlight @Sage_Gateshead http://t.co/rJ90JCUPX1 @ClassicFM @RNSinfonia

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4/14 @ 6:31 AM
bachtrack - Dolora Zajick’s 'gigantic, versatile' voice - the stand-out star of #Lohengrin @Teatro_Real http://t.co/zFY6BaTrRI

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4/14 @ 6:00 AM
bachtrack - 'Elegant and eclectic: Michael Collins' golden tone delights in Mozart' @CityLdnSinfonia charmed @NCH_Music! http://t.co/YjMZGn9KDW

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4/13 @ 2:05 PM
bachtrack - We're @southbankcentre @philharmonia for Janacek Glagolitic mass. Can't wait!

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4/12 @ 2:30 PM
bachtrack - Tune in to your local station to hear Bachtrack reviewer @operafella as a panellist @MetOpera's interval quiz shortly.

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4/11 @ 4:14 PM
bachtrack - Can't believe all those who've great memories of classical festivals who haven't tried4 free tix! Go on try it! WIN http://t.co/mPtjquJ8Ol

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4/11 @ 12:25 PM
bachtrack - Do you remember your 1st @BBCProms? I recall sitting on floor of gods dangling legs listening to Strauss waltzes captured by the atmosphere

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4/11 @ 12:14 PM
bachtrack - What's your earliest memory of a classical festival? Bored stiff or enraptured? The best anecdotes WIN FESTIVAL TICKETS...

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