Britten

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Linda Britten
... Linda Britten is an Australian-born fashion designer based in Melbourne, Australia ... has developed several labels, trading under the brand "Linda Britten" and others ... Britten is particularly renowned for her elegant and sophisticated couture evening wear and wedding gowns ...
Meredith Davies - Biography
... During the 1959-60 Birmingham season, Davies took over the conducting of Britten's Spring Symphony from the composer, who was unwell ... Britten was so impressed that he invited him to conduct The Rape of Lucretia and The Turn of the Screw at the 1960 and 1961 Aldeburgh Festivals ... In 1963 Davies became music director of Britten's English Opera Group (EOG) for two years ...
Matthew Rose (bass) - Operatic Repertoire
... Bizet Claggart, Lieutenant Ratcliffe Mr Flint in Billy Budd by Britten Abbott in Curlew River by Britten Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream by Britten Noye in ...
Meredith Davies - Premiere of Britten’s War Requiem, 1963
... Davies had by now had a significant association with Benjamin Britten ... Britten's original intention was to conduct the War Requiem himself ... When Britten, following a minor operation, arrived in Coventry for final rehearsals, he found the acoustics unsatisfactory, cathedral staff unco-operat ...
Linda Britten - History
... Melbourne-born designer Linda Britten began her career upon graduating from RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) in 1968 ... After two years building a profile at Noleen King, Britten left the label to work for the clothing company "Tiffany" where she was commissioned at the young age of 21 to create and develop the label "Jellibeen" ... Once Britten had made a success of Jellibeen, she began freelancing for well known designers such as Kenneth Pirrie ...

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    It is cruel, you know, that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness & of pain: of strength & freedom. The beauty of disappointment & never-satisfied love. The cruel beauty of nature, & everlasting beauty of monotony.
    —Benjamin Britten (1913–1976)