Those of you who follow me on Twitter might have seen a particularly effusive tweet I posted on Friday evening, after a stunning evening of music at the Wigmore Hall given by Alice Coote and Julius Drake. It bore the title, ‘I myself am the enemy who must be loved?
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Alright, nobody panic. Yes, this post involves the ‘W’ word, and yes, it’s quite likely that inequalities of some nature will be mentioned. But let’s all take a deep breath, leave the soapbox in the corner for a minute, and take a moment to enjoy a little speech by the
Some thoughts on opera, funding, and finding audiences… At the end of a week where the game of two halves rather lost its equal opportunities for both sides, newspaper and online debate has produced a raft of articles concerning a slightly different kind of inequality. When the 2015-18 Arts Council funding