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Kaleidoscopes

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
03 October 2014 7:30pm

Nicholas Daniel is the soloist in John Tavener's theatrical oboe concerto, Kaleidoscopes.

Kaleidoscopes

Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich
05 October 2014 7:30pm

Nicholas Daniel is the soloist in John Tavener's theatrical oboe concerto, Kaleidoscopes.

Curlew River - US Tour 2014

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York
30 October 2014 7:30pm

A revival of Netia Jones' critically acclaimed production of Britten's Curlew River takes to US stages in seven performances across New York, North Carolina and Berkeley.

Curlew River - US Tour 2014

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York
31 October 2014 7:30pm

A revival of Netia Jones' critically acclaimed production of Britten's Curlew River takes to US stages in seven performances across New York, North Carolina and Berkeley.

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