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I spent a lovely evening at the Romanian Cultural Institute‘s Enescu Society on Thursday. They have a series of concerts in the L-shaped salon of their beautiful ambassadorial house in Belgrave Square, all of which tend to feature the work of Georges Enescu. It’s a wonderful way to listen to music and highly recommended.
Please excuse me: I have to disappear for a while as we have a family emergency afoot. Back as soon as possible.
It’s one of those times when only Bach will do, so here is the late, incomparable Lorraine Hunt Lieberson in an aria from Cantata No.33.