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Performer: Roderick Williams

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AmsterdamRoderick Williams sings A Thomas Hardy Songbook

Finzi, Ireland, Britten, Weir, Bax, Venables
Roderick Williams; Christopher Glynn

BirminghamVaughan Williams at 150: Mystical Songs

Vaughan Williams
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal; Roderick Williams; CBSO Chorus

LondonVaughan Williams: a Celebration

Vaughan Williams
Philharmonia Orchestra; David Hill; Elizabeth Watts; Roderick Williams; The Bach Choir
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WelwynSea Voyages and Salvation

Graupner, Telemann, Bruhns, Bach
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Roderick Williams

New York CityBach Collegium Japan

Bach, Telemann
Masaaki Suzuki; Bach Collegium Japan; Roderick Williams
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Transcendent programme from the BBCSO and Ryan Wigglesworth

The BBC Symphony Orchestra and conductor Ryan Wigglesworth were heaven-storming in Prom 33, offering celestial visions from Strauss and Holst.
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Roderick Williams captures the passion of youth at Kings Place

The baritone explores the extremes of youthful emotion in a varied programme of song with pianist Paul Cibis in the Voices Unwrapped season.
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Premier League Vaughan Williams from The Hallé and Sir Mark Elder

Memorable performances of Vaughan Williams' darkest and brightest symphonies at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester.
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Biblical inspirations for Edward Gardner and the LPO

The constituent parts made up a contrasting and stimulating whole: works by Lili Boulanger, Messiaen and Brahms, united by biblical inspiration. Edward Gardner marshalled the collective London Philharmonic forces.
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Upload questions the meaning of life... and of opera

Does opera have room for film? And live video? Multiple screens and advertorials? And allusions to onscreen identity and cyber-immortality?
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Roderick Williams’ emotional Rückert-Lieder in Liverpool

In a rather mixed and unconventional programme, Roderick Williams and Amarins Wierdsman provide the highlights of a programme of variable success in Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.
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