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Dashon Burton
Furnishing a Roomful of Teeth: Dashon Burton on Freelancing and the Next Generation of Musicians Bass-baritone Dashon Burton hails from the Bronx, New York. Studying at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, he was snapped up straight away post-graduation by
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Norma Nahoun
‘Don’t be afraid to go out there and sing’ Our conversation resumes after a brief lapse in signal. ‘The signal is terrible sometimes,’ she exclaims. ‘You’d think in a big city like Paris there’d be no problem, but sometimes it
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Julie Fuchs
‘Take care of yourself because nobody is going to do it for you’ Recently returning from her Paris Opéra debut, singing La Folie in Rameau’s Platée, and finding a moment of respite before a run of Il viaggio a Reims
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Olga Kulchynska
‘If you want results, you have to be a fan’ Stepping in at the last minute is something that many musicians experience at some point or other in their lives. For our Artist of the Month, soprano Olga Kulchynska, this
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Robert Gleadow
‘I read a lot of interviews and find people don’t ever say anything,’ I am told. ‘I just think that to make something worth reading there’s got to be something more than ‘Opera’s great. I love it, and everything’s going
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The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
The Light From Heaven ‘Tis the season for new choral music recordings for Christmas, and, newly arrived is Lux de caelo, The Light From Heaven, from the Choir of Clare College Cambridge, directed by Graham Ross.
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Raphaël Pichon and the Ensemble Pygmalion
Baroque music arguably suffers the most when it comes to its perceived stuffiness. In the world of historical performance practice, many retreat into the dark corners of the library, poring over dusty treatises to debate the authority of the way
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Thomas Oliemans
Interlude’s Artist of the Month is baritone Thomas Oliemans, who was recently in Hong Kong where we caught up with him and asked him a few questions about his life, the Schumann program he was presenting, and plans for the
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