Unaffected sincerity and finely defined feeling: Claire Seymour reviews A Rachmaninov Drama

Claire Seymour, Opera Today

This ‘Rachmaninov Drama’, curated by Julius Drake and performed by the pianist, baritone Roderick Williams and soprano Sofia Fomina at Middle Temple Hall showed why Rachmaninov’s songs deserve to be heard and admired, confirming as they do his skill as a Romantic melodist, as a crafter of emotional drama and as a virtuosic pianist.

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