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Sonnet 73

Please would you make a recording of Sonnet 73 – a way of marking these chilly, windswept days full of falling (or fallen) leaves (‘or none, or few do hang’)? I’m just preparing to go to Weimar to give a key-note address to the annual gathering of the German Shakespeare Society. Their theme this time […]

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‘Music to hear’: Shakespeare and Rufus Wainwright

To go into the Barbican concert hall and see the full forces of the BBC Symphony Orchestra ranged in tiers before you is to see a splendid sight. The auditorium, shaped like a great oyster shell, resembles that of The Olivier Theatre at The National. In both, visibility is excellent from any part of the […]

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