Richard Bratby

Still ugly but worth catching for the chorus and orchestra: Royal Opera’s Tannhäuser reviewed

Plus: in Huddersfield an amateur orchestra leads the way

Gerald Finley's noble Wolfram von Eschenbach in Royal Opera's Tannhäuser. Photo: Clive Barda

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