Alexandra Coghlan is the New Statesman's classical music critic.

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Cultural Capital
21 May 2013
Wozzeck; Don Carlo ENO, London Coliseum; Royal Opera House Tragedy is a great equaliser, uniting opera’s...
Culture
16 May 2013
A shadow play of colours.
Culture
02 May 2013
Never mind the gimmicks.
Music and Performance
09 April 2013
Alexandra Coghlan talks to John Eliot Gardiner.
Cultural Capital
08 April 2013
Hi-tech and full of trickery, but can the music survive?
Music and Performance
21 March 2013
Mack the nice.
Cultural Capital
04 March 2013
The Magic Flute, The Merry Opera Company, Riverside Studios You can always rely on Kit and the Widow’s Kit...
Culture
21 February 2013
Aural pill-popping.
Cultural Capital
15 February 2013
La traviata, English National Opera Eugene Onegin, Royal Opera Love is in the air in London’s opera houses...
Culture
07 February 2013
The Rest is Noise festival Southbank Centre, London SE1 The evening of Wednesday 31 March 1913 began like any other...
Culture
31 January 2013
Play It Again: an Amateur Against the Impossible Alan Rusbridger Jonathan Cape, 416pp, £18.99 The Guardian...
Cultural Capital
28 January 2013
Myths retold.
Culture
24 January 2013
In a year bristling with big-name classical anniversaries – Wagner, Verdi, Britten – the centenary of the...
Cultural Capital
14 January 2013
Dido and Aeneas, Bussey Building, Peckham. 7.30pm Thursday 10 January 2013 Although still more synonymous with knife-...

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