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Sunday 31 May 2020


'Performances of Hans Krasa's Brundibár are always in some degree heart-rending, but Mahogany Opera Group's production at the Purcell Room was particularly so... under the direction of Frederic Wake-Walker and with players of the Southbank Sinfonia conducted by Alice Farnham, the opera sprang vividly to life, and it wasn't difficult to see the faces of those hopeful kids in 1943 behind the figures of today's bringht, multi-racial cast.' (*****)
The Independent

'Brundibár emerges here as a beguiling score of alphabetical simplicity and melodic freshness that tugs at the heartstrings and sets feet tapping’
The Daily Telegraph

‘No praise is too high for the enthusiasm and commitment of the children as they threw themselves into their roles […] we were fully absorbed in their world’
East Anglian Daily Times

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