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Deliciously played

The Arts Desk, Boyd Tonkin

Poster, Cabeza, Aurora Orchestra, Collon, Kings Place review – shock of the new
Musical quests through city and country for the roots of the modern

For the Gershwin [Rhapsody in Blue], clarinettist Timothy Orpen sat in front for his – deliciously played – star turn at the outset, while the 20-odd instrumentalists more or less reproduced the size of the original Paul Whiteman Band at the 1924 New York premiere.

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Sheer Beauty
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