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Transcribed, one of the most quietly moving speeches the awards has witnessed
The leading violinist (presumably) turns satirist
A Holocaust opera sadly isn’t up to the task
A great orchestra returns, in more ways than one
Mehta's players have audience on their side
A riveting but unusual Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall
Adventures of a couple sitting next to me in the stalls
The star violinist criticises festival's showcasing of stars
Natalie Dessay's first European Violetta reviewed
Notes from a French festival that balances tradition and reinvention

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