Bostridge

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52nd Grammy Awards - Awards - Production, Classical
... engineers (Daniel Harding, Nathan Gunn, Ian Bostridge, Gidon Saks, Neal Davies, Jonathan Lemalu, Matthew Rose, London Symphony Chorus London Symphony Orchestra) QSF Plays Brubeck - Judy Kirschner, engineer (Quartet ... Orchestra) John Fraser Britten Billy Budd (Daniel Harding, Nathan Gunn, Ian Bostridge, Gidon Saks, Neal Davies, Jonathan Lemalu, Matthew Rose, London Symphony Chorus London Symphony Orchestra) Midsummer Night (K ...
Vera Brittain - Cultural Legacy
... World War letters were edited by Alan Bishop and Mark Bostridge and published under the title Letters from a Lost Generation ... They were also adapted by Bostridge for a Radio Four series starring Amanda Root and Rupert Graves ... World War poetry and prose, edited by Mark Bostridge was published by Virago in 2008 to commemorate the ninetieth anniversary of the Armistice ...
Ian Bostridge - Career
... Bostridge made his Wigmore Hall debut in 1993 his Purcell Room debut (an acclaimed Winterreise) and his Aldeburgh Festival debut in 1994 in 1995 he gave his first solo recital in the Wigmore Hall (winning the Royal ... Bostridge made his operatic debut in 1994, aged 29, as Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Australian Opera at the Edinburgh Festival, directed by Baz Luhrmann ... In summer 2000, Bostridge gave the fifth annual Edinburgh University Festival Lecture (previous lecturers included George Steiner, Pierre Boulez and ...
Mark Bostridge
... Mark Bostridge is a British writer and critic ... Bostridge's next Brittain project was a collaboration with Alan Bishop ... was published in 1998 as Letters from a Lost Generation, and Bostridge adapted the letters for a BBC Radio Four series starring Amanda Root as Vera Brittain and ...