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CD Review: Respighi Roman Trilogy

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Caballé-Domenech – Respighi’s Roman Trilogy [Pines of Rome; Fountains of Rome; Roman Festivals/Onyx 4083]  Reviewed by The Classical Source Ottorino Respighi’s Roman Trilogy (Onyx opts for “triptych”) never seems to go out of fashion, certainly not Pines of … Continue reading

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Matt Perry On The Rails

 In order to try to distract myself from the fact I’m playing sardines on a rush hour commuter train into work, I thought I’d consider what I’ve learned in recent days with the RPO: 1. The last few days does … Continue reading

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Inside a typical bass box!

Benn Cunningham writes about the practicalities of touring with the RPO… I’m currently sat backstage at the Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre, waiting to go onstage for a repeat of the Russian Gala concert at the Central Theatre in Chatham. … Continue reading

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Video interview: Grzegorz Nowak

Chris Evans (Head of Press and Marketing) interviewed the RPO’s Principal Associate Conductor Grzegorz Nowak recently, before his last concert with the Orchestra at Cadogan Hall.  As well as numerous concerts, Maestro Nowak has been busy recording at the venue; … Continue reading

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Hello from Chris

I am delighted to be launching and involved in the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s blog.  Our aim is to keep you informed, not necessarily with marketing blurb (however tempting that may be!) but to tell you all about the Orchestra’s day … Continue reading

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