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28 Nov 2006

Andreas Scholl, Barbican Hall, London

By Richard Fairman [Financial Times, 27 November 2006]

No performer of classical music has as limited a home territory as the counter-tenor. From a repertoire with a tiny base, almost all of it in the Baroque era, he is expected to go out and conquer an audience as fearlessly as any soprano or tenor.

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