Planet Hugill

Blog URL:http://hugill.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:Classical Music, Performance, Contemporary Music, Composer, CD reviews, London, Writing Music
Country:United Kingdom
Location:London

Classical Music Blog from London based singer and classical music composer, Robert Hugill; News, Views and opera reviews, CD reviews musings on contemporary music and writing new music.



Latest Blog Posts



Pegasus Opera Community ChoirAs part of the Lambeth Windrush Day 2021 celebrations, Pegasus Opera is premiering a new Lambeth Windrush Anthem sung by the company's community choir. The performance debut's on Pegasus Opera's YouTube channel at 2pm on...

Amphithéâtre Fernand-Lindsay, the main venue of the Festival de LanaudièreInternational travel might be tricky at the moment, but we can certainly dream! And this Summer's Festival de Lanaudière in Canada certainly has plenty to tempt. Set in Lan...

The finalists for Northern Ireland Opera's Glenarm Festival of VoiceWith one vocal competition in Cardiff over (and congratulations to Claire Barnett Jones for her success), there is news of Northern Ireland Opera's 11th Glenarm Festival of Voice the...

Rimsky Korsakov: Ivan the Terrible - Grange Park Opera (Photo Marc Brenner)Rimsky Korsakov: Ivan the Terrible (The Maid of Pskov); Clive Bayley, Evelina Dobracheva, Carl Tanner, David Shipley, dir: David Pountney, cond: Mikhail Tatarnikov; Grange Pa...

Hugo Ticciati and O/Modernt at Confidencen, Ulriksdal Palace, StockholmO/Modernt Festival 2021 at Confidencen, Ulriksdal Palace, Stockholm Reviewed by Robert Hugill on 20 June 2021 O/Modernt is 10 and celebrated with a festival bringing together o...

Chopin, daguerreotype by Bisson, c. 1849 Pianist Warren Mailley-Smith was an early adopter of the live-streaming format with his recitals from the 1901 Arts Club and on 25 June 2021 Mailley-Smith returns to the venue for a pair of recitals featuring...

Letters from Burma

on Jun 18, 2021

In 2004, composer Roxanna Panufnik wrote Letters from Burna based on the writings of Aung San Suu Kyi. Perhaps now we have a rather different view of Aung San Suu Kyi but there is no doubt about the power of her remarkable collection Letters from Bur...