|Date and venue||Title||Submitted by|
|London Contemporary Orchestra at the Reverb Festival||Paul Kilbey|
|There's classical music, and there's pop. You can throw as many violins into the bridge section as you like, and you can amplify the orchestra all you want as well. It's unfortunate, but a certain divide looks set to stay. However, we were given a glimpse of a better world on Saturday night with the London Contemporary Orchestra, who somehow succeeded in filling the Camden Roundhouse with keen, engaged listeners drinking Becks, for a cutting-edge Reverb Festival concert which included works by arch-modernists Xenakis and Stockhausen.
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