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  • Where's Runnicles: Here's Runnicles, and much more - The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra unveil their 2010/11 season
    s Runnicles Posts Atom Posts Comments Atom Comments About us Welcome to where s Runnicles a blog founded by brothers Tam and Finn while sharing a flat in Edinburgh Finn is now based in Lincoln Our purpose to talk about the arts in general classical music and the Edinburgh Festival in particular And of course Donald Runnicles more Contact us Please state clearly if information is not for publication We take pride in offering a site free of adverts shameless plugs aside so please don t waste your time and ours contacting us with offers Contributors Finn Pollard Tam Pollard Andrew Pugsley Freebies Press Stuff If you re a press officer or arts organisation or artist or anything and are wondering if we d like to review something you re doing you re welcome to get in touch with us we may have no idea about it or we may be coming already Please do feel free to add us to your mailing lists for press releases or invite us to season launches and the like We do not accept free tickets or review CDs not available to the general public See here for more detail as to why BlogCatalog Blog Catalog Blog Directory Where s Runnicles is very proud to have been ranked by Creative Tourist as one of the UK s top 10 arts and culture blogs Categories 2008 9 Season 44 2009 10 Season 62 2010 11 Season 52 2011 12 Season 21 2012 13 Season 6 2013 14 Season 5 2014 15 Season 2 About 16 Album of the Week 8 Aldeburgh 54 Almeida Theatre 5 Barbican 33 BBC Proms 34 BBC SSO 57 Book Reviews 4 Broadcast Reviews 16 CD Reviews 34 City Halls 31 Coliseum 36 Concert Reviews 267 Dance Reviews 10 Discography 3 Donald Runnicles 79 Donmar Warehouse 6 Ears Today 15 Edinburgh Festival 161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2 Interviews 1 LSO 26 Mackerras 36 Mr P 5 Musical Theatre Reviews 44 National Theatre 16 Obituaries 6 Opera Reviews 137 Podcast 2 Queen s Hall 65 Royal Opera House 39 RSNO 55 SCO 2007 18 Scottish Chamber Orchestra 90 Shameless Plugs 25 Tam 480 Theatre Reviews 105 Track of the Day 1 TV Reviews 10 Usher Hall 115 Where s Runnicles Awards Every now and again usually towards the end of one of my reviews I suggest that an artist has done something so remarkable they deserve an award So I give them an elaborately named one A full list and fuller explanation can be found here Interestingly to date James Lowe is the only person to have won two Well actually we ve now given three to Donald Runnicles but they

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  • Where's Runnicles: Runnicles speaks to Where's Runnicles
    done in San Francisco and which we can hope to see more of That said he s modest about his pianistic talents Yet as he says he thinks orchestrally when playing so doubtless he brings a different perspective than a professional pianist or accompanist would Our discussion took place in the Usher Hall a building in which he had many formative experiences as a programme seller for Scottish National Orchestra as it then was and Edinburgh festival concerts which give him the opportunity to find once his duties were done a vacant seat or step from which to observe proceedings It was this he says which confirmed his desire to be a conductor the only question was how sadly something I didn t have time to explore The closest we come is when Runnicles shares his insights into the challenges of working at Bayreuth with its unique physical layout and acoustic More interestingly he tells of he assisting Solti on the Ring something of a surprise given they are two conductors I wouldn t readily associate stylistically Runnicles doesn t seem to have picked up the former s hard driven style yet he speaks with admiration of the Chicago survey of Mahler symphonies and in my view rightly so Solti of course did very little at Bayreuth perhaps because it drove him insane that what he heard always sounded as if it was late even though in the auditorium it wasn t Perhaps in twenty five years time if I m still doing this I ll be interviewing Jessica Cottis and hearing her anecdotes of Runnicles The bulk of his operatic career has though been spent at San Francisco Opera in the seventeen years from 1992 until last Autumn Has it been easy to make the transition to the very different system of Deutsche Oper He provides some instructive insights into the differences between SF Opera and Deutsche Oper the contrasting operational setup of a repertoire house means that some productions are difficult or impossible and added challenges exist for the orchestra He insists I don t work with the musicians any differently I don t work with the music staff or with the singers any differently None the less you can t rehearse everything quite as much as you would normally because you literally just don t have the time It s a question I perhaps should have asked but is some loss of quality inevitable in such a system Some of the reviews of his recent Meistersinger suggest that it can be as issue then again according to this it seems that may have been because he was standing in for the originally scheduled conductor Ultimately he suggests the music making is the same but the discipline of putting on opera is different with the musicians able to develop this remarkably memory for what you ve done Time and again what comes over is his passion for music This is of course not altogether surprising in a musician but whether he is talking about his joy in putting together a programme or his beloved recording of Barbirolli and the Philharmonia playing Mahler s sixth symphony it is clear that the music is what matters and what comes first Indeed he is disbelieving of those who say they don t listen to the recordings of others there is the sheer pleasure if nothing else But more than that there is his natural sense of showmanship the relish he exhibits when discussing the placement of off stage instruments and effects describing the experimentation the door open half open playing towards playing away so as to get that third dimension because the audience wants to be engulfed A lot of this clearly comes from the sense of theatre he has gained by spending the majority of his career in the opera house Of course for those in Scotland wondering whether we will see a little more of the benefit of this operatic experience the intriguing answer is in the podcast Unfortunately insights into future programming were tantalising slim and we ll have to wait until 12th April to learn more Where s Runnicles Well as you read this he could be anywhere but for a few hours one Sunday I knew exactly where he was Please download or subscribe to the podcast through iTunes and get it straight onto your iPhone iPod Hopefully it will be the first of many It remains only for me to thank Mark Rock at Audioboo for setting up my account for this all to work to notch customer service I can t recommend them highly enough Peter Gregson for recommending Audioboo and putting me in touch with Mark Stephen Duffy and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra for arranging this and letting me watch them rehearse and finally Jessica Cottis and of course Donald Runnicles for giving up their time to speak to me Labels BBC SSO Donald Runnicles Features Interviews Podcast Tam Usher Hall 1 comment Anonymous 31 March 2010 at 16 29 He was here in San Francisco Yesterday Lyon and Lombard streets meeting and old friend in a secret meeting place a Pub Reply Delete Add comment Load more Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Search Where s Runnicles Loading Where s Runnicles Photos where s Runnicles on Twitter Tweets by wheresrunnicles Where s Runnicles on Facebook Where s Runnicles on Spotify The Where s Runnicles Podcast As well as reading us you can now listen to the Where s Runnicles Podcast Charles Mackerras 1925 2010 Read our tribute to the late great conductor Charles Mackerras Subscribe to where s Runnicles Posts Atom Posts Comments Atom Comments About us Welcome to where s Runnicles a blog founded by brothers Tam and Finn while sharing a flat in Edinburgh Finn is now based in Lincoln Our purpose to talk about the arts in general classical music and the Edinburgh Festival in particular And of course Donald Runnicles more Contact us

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  • Where's Runnicles: Rossini at the Royal, or, At Last, Thank God!, A Hit!
    Ears Today 15 Edinburgh Festival 161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2 Interviews 1 LSO 26 Mackerras 36 Mr P 5 Musical Theatre Reviews 44 National Theatre 16 Obituaries 6 Opera Reviews 137 Podcast 2 Queen s Hall 65 Royal Opera House 39 RSNO 55 SCO 2007 18 Scottish Chamber Orchestra 90 Shameless Plugs 25 Tam 480 Theatre Reviews 105 Track of the Day 1 TV Reviews 10 Usher Hall 115 Where s Runnicles Awards Every now and again usually towards the end of one of my reviews I suggest that an artist has done something so remarkable they deserve an award So I give them an elaborately named one A full list and fuller explanation can be found here Interestingly to date James Lowe is the only person to have won two Well actually we ve now given three to Donald Runnicles but they were all for the same thing Astonishingly Charles Mackerras has yet to gain even one There s time yet though Blog Archive 2015 34 December 4 November 1 October 2 August 13 July 3 June 3 May 1 March 2 February 3 January 2 2014 43 December 4 October 5 September 1 August 11 July 2 June 5 May 2 April 2 March 8 February 1 January 2 2013 52 December 2 November 1 September 2 August 17 July 6 June 5 May 5 April 2 March 9 February 2 January 1 2012 90 December 7 November 5 October 3 August 18 July 10 June 13 May 9 April 4 March 12 February 7 January 2 2011 109 December 2 November 1 October 8 September 7 August 24 July 15 June 5 May 5 April 10 March 11 February 11 January 10 2010 161 December 5 November 7 October 17 September 9 August 21 July 19 June 14 May 11 April 13 Belohlavek Aimard and the Berliner Philharmoniker There s Runnicles all change for Siegfried in Be Where s Runnicles in Dresden Fidelio at the Semp There s Runnicles Die Walküre at Deutsche Oper There s Runnicles Das Rheingold at Deutsche Oper Christian Zacharian and the Scottish Chamber Orche Scottish Opera presents The Excursions of Mr Brouč Here s Runnicles and much more The BBC Scottish Rossini at the Royal or At Last Thank God A H A Brace of Janaceks A Belated Where s Runnicles The Scottish Chamber Orchestra unveil their 2010 1 The Britten Pears Orchestra plays Beethoven and Ha Runnicles to pioneer innovative new production tec March 15 February 15 January 15 2009 171 December 14 November 11 October 10 September 21 August 26 July 10 June 18 May 10 April 21 March 10 February 11 January 9 2008 70 December 9 November

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  • Where's Runnicles: A Brace of Janaceks - A Belated Where's Runnicles report from the London opera houses
    by brothers Tam and Finn while sharing a flat in Edinburgh Finn is now based in Lincoln Our purpose to talk about the arts in general classical music and the Edinburgh Festival in particular And of course Donald Runnicles more Contact us Please state clearly if information is not for publication We take pride in offering a site free of adverts shameless plugs aside so please don t waste your time and ours contacting us with offers Contributors Finn Pollard Tam Pollard Andrew Pugsley Freebies Press Stuff If you re a press officer or arts organisation or artist or anything and are wondering if we d like to review something you re doing you re welcome to get in touch with us we may have no idea about it or we may be coming already Please do feel free to add us to your mailing lists for press releases or invite us to season launches and the like We do not accept free tickets or review CDs not available to the general public See here for more detail as to why BlogCatalog Blog Catalog Blog Directory Where s Runnicles is very proud to have been ranked by Creative Tourist as one of the UK s top 10 arts and culture blogs Categories 2008 9 Season 44 2009 10 Season 62 2010 11 Season 52 2011 12 Season 21 2012 13 Season 6 2013 14 Season 5 2014 15 Season 2 About 16 Album of the Week 8 Aldeburgh 54 Almeida Theatre 5 Barbican 33 BBC Proms 34 BBC SSO 57 Book Reviews 4 Broadcast Reviews 16 CD Reviews 34 City Halls 31 Coliseum 36 Concert Reviews 267 Dance Reviews 10 Discography 3 Donald Runnicles 79 Donmar Warehouse 6 Ears Today 15 Edinburgh Festival 161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2 Interviews 1 LSO 26 Mackerras 36 Mr P 5 Musical Theatre Reviews 44 National Theatre 16 Obituaries 6 Opera Reviews 137 Podcast 2 Queen s Hall 65 Royal Opera House 39 RSNO 55 SCO 2007 18 Scottish Chamber Orchestra 90 Shameless Plugs 25 Tam 480 Theatre Reviews 105 Track of the Day 1 TV Reviews 10 Usher Hall 115 Where s Runnicles Awards Every now and again usually towards the end of one of my reviews I suggest that an artist has done something so remarkable they deserve an award So I give them an elaborately named one A full list and fuller explanation can be found here Interestingly to date James Lowe is the only person to have won two Well actually we ve now given three to Donald Runnicles but they were all for the same thing Astonishingly Charles Mackerras has yet to gain even one There s time

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  • Where's Runnicles: The Scottish Chamber Orchestra unveil their 2010/11 season (and more)
    to be held in the unacceptable acoustic of St Cuthbert s Parish Church If you don t mind listening to music in a room so reverberant all the musical lines blur into an indistinct and messy soup then go right ahead I ll not be wasting my money and I suggest you do the same It s a pity as there are one or two interesting things such as Nielsen s Little Suite Schubert s 3rd symphony and Haydn s Drum Roll symphony No 103 The other major regret is that while we get Mackerras twice we don t get Christian Zacharias at all This is a terrible shame as his visits have been a regular highlight something that will likely be repeated a week on Thursday when in a fascinating programme he pairs Schubert s D850 sonata with the Great C major symphony Another notable absence is Paul Lewis And while I m griping where s James Lowe He had a great debut standing in for Franz Bruggen a few years ago but all he got to do this season was the albeit important Masterworks education concerts hopefully he is again but that isn t mentioned in the press release Where is his officially programmed debut Come on SCO Lastly I ll note that with two orchestra s down there s still no sign of Rachel Barton Pine s return to Scotland will the BBC SSO ride to my rescue in this regard Still you can t have everything I suppose Speaking of the BBC SSO they round off the remarkably well co ordinated season launches this year with their effort on Monday Where s Runnicles will be present to report But wait what s this the new season isn t all that s new the SCO has a new corporate identity I m afraid that s the sort of phrase that sends a shiver down my spine bringing to mind millions wasted on things like Consignia or the 2012 logo True the new SCO logo looks nice enough but I thought the old one looked pretty nice too In some ways I preferred it somehow it felt more musical the wavey line perhaps judge for yourself below Then Now Though it is true the new one is more easily worked into other words such as with SCO Connect the new name for the orchestra s education department Nice so far is it goes I only hope they didn t waste too much money on it Worth noting that it doesn t have the cleverness of the LSO s conductor letters While they re considering identity they might think about spinning off the eduction twitter into a separate feed which important though it is at present dominates a bit too much at times I feel I m tweeting about the SCO s concerts and music more than they are Of course for those without access to the SCO s press e mails full details will appear on their website later today this article will be updated with links in due course Update and here they are Aberdeen Edinburgh Glasgow and St Andrews and brochures should be dropping through your letterbox anytime soon In the meantime as ever the comments are available below for your thoughts Labels 2010 11 Season Scottish Chamber Orchestra Tam No comments Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Search Where s Runnicles Loading Where s Runnicles Photos where s Runnicles on Twitter Tweets by wheresrunnicles Where s Runnicles on Facebook Where s Runnicles on Spotify The Where s Runnicles Podcast As well as reading us you can now listen to the Where s Runnicles Podcast Charles Mackerras 1925 2010 Read our tribute to the late great conductor Charles Mackerras Subscribe to where s Runnicles Posts Atom Posts Comments Atom Comments About us Welcome to where s Runnicles a blog founded by brothers Tam and Finn while sharing a flat in Edinburgh Finn is now based in Lincoln Our purpose to talk about the arts in general classical music and the Edinburgh Festival in particular And of course Donald Runnicles more Contact us Please state clearly if information is not for publication We take pride in offering a site free of adverts shameless plugs aside so please don t waste your time and ours contacting us with offers Contributors Finn Pollard Tam Pollard Andrew Pugsley Freebies Press Stuff If you re a press officer or arts organisation or artist or anything and are wondering if we d like to review something you re doing you re welcome to get in touch with us we may have no idea about it or we may be coming already Please do feel free to add us to your mailing lists for press releases or invite us to season launches and the like We do not accept free tickets or review CDs not available to the general public See here for more detail as to why BlogCatalog Blog Catalog Blog Directory Where s Runnicles is very proud to have been ranked by Creative Tourist as one of the UK s top 10 arts and culture blogs Categories 2008 9 Season 44 2009 10 Season 62 2010 11 Season 52 2011 12 Season 21 2012 13 Season 6 2013 14 Season 5 2014 15 Season 2 About 16 Album of the Week 8 Aldeburgh 54 Almeida Theatre 5 Barbican 33 BBC Proms 34 BBC SSO 57 Book Reviews 4 Broadcast Reviews 16 CD Reviews 34 City Halls 31 Coliseum 36 Concert Reviews 267 Dance Reviews 10 Discography 3 Donald Runnicles 79 Donmar Warehouse 6 Ears Today 15 Edinburgh Festival 161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2

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  • Where's Runnicles: The Britten-Pears Orchestra plays Beethoven and Haydn
    161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2 Interviews 1 LSO 26 Mackerras 36 Mr P 5 Musical Theatre Reviews 44 National Theatre 16 Obituaries 6 Opera Reviews 137 Podcast 2 Queen s Hall 65 Royal Opera House 39 RSNO 55 SCO 2007 18 Scottish Chamber Orchestra 90 Shameless Plugs 25 Tam 480 Theatre Reviews 105 Track of the Day 1 TV Reviews 10 Usher Hall 115 Where s Runnicles Awards Every now and again usually towards the end of one of my reviews I suggest that an artist has done something so remarkable they deserve an award So I give them an elaborately named one A full list and fuller explanation can be found here Interestingly to date James Lowe is the only person to have won two Well actually we ve now given three to Donald Runnicles but they were all for the same thing Astonishingly Charles Mackerras has yet to gain even one There s time yet though Blog Archive 2015 34 December 4 November 1 October 2 August 13 July 3 June 3 May 1 March 2 February 3 January 2 2014 43 December 4 October 5 September 1 August 11 July 2 June 5 May 2 April 2 March 8 February 1 January 2 2013 52 December 2 November 1 September 2 August 17 July 6 June 5 May 5 April 2 March 9 February 2 January 1 2012 90 December 7 November 5 October 3 August 18 July 10 June 13 May 9 April 4 March 12 February 7 January 2 2011 109 December 2 November 1 October 8 September 7 August 24 July 15 June 5 May 5 April 10 March 11 February 11 January 10 2010 161 December 5 November 7 October 17 September 9 August 21 July 19 June 14 May 11 April 13 Belohlavek Aimard and the Berliner Philharmoniker There s Runnicles all change for Siegfried in Be Where s Runnicles in Dresden Fidelio at the Semp There s Runnicles Die Walküre at Deutsche Oper There s Runnicles Das Rheingold at Deutsche Oper Christian Zacharian and the Scottish Chamber Orche Scottish Opera presents The Excursions of Mr Brouč Here s Runnicles and much more The BBC Scottish Rossini at the Royal or At Last Thank God A H A Brace of Janaceks A Belated Where s Runnicles The Scottish Chamber Orchestra unveil their 2010 1 The Britten Pears Orchestra plays Beethoven and Ha Runnicles to pioneer innovative new production tec March 15 February 15 January 15 2009 171 December 14 November 11 October 10 September 21 August 26 July 10 June 18 May 10 April 21 March 10 February 11 January 9 2008 70 December 9 November 3 October 11 September 4

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  • Where's Runnicles: Runnicles to pioneer innovative new production technique at Deutsche Oper
    Runnicles is very proud to have been ranked by Creative Tourist as one of the UK s top 10 arts and culture blogs Categories 2008 9 Season 44 2009 10 Season 62 2010 11 Season 52 2011 12 Season 21 2012 13 Season 6 2013 14 Season 5 2014 15 Season 2 About 16 Album of the Week 8 Aldeburgh 54 Almeida Theatre 5 Barbican 33 BBC Proms 34 BBC SSO 57 Book Reviews 4 Broadcast Reviews 16 CD Reviews 34 City Halls 31 Coliseum 36 Concert Reviews 267 Dance Reviews 10 Discography 3 Donald Runnicles 79 Donmar Warehouse 6 Ears Today 15 Edinburgh Festival 161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2 Interviews 1 LSO 26 Mackerras 36 Mr P 5 Musical Theatre Reviews 44 National Theatre 16 Obituaries 6 Opera Reviews 137 Podcast 2 Queen s Hall 65 Royal Opera House 39 RSNO 55 SCO 2007 18 Scottish Chamber Orchestra 90 Shameless Plugs 25 Tam 480 Theatre Reviews 105 Track of the Day 1 TV Reviews 10 Usher Hall 115 Where s Runnicles Awards Every now and again usually towards the end of one of my reviews I suggest that an artist has done something so remarkable they deserve an award So I give them an elaborately named one A full list and fuller explanation can be found here Interestingly to date James Lowe is the only person to have won two Well actually we ve now given three to Donald Runnicles but they were all for the same thing Astonishingly Charles Mackerras has yet to gain even one There s time yet though Blog Archive 2015 34 December 4 November 1 October 2 August 13 July 3 June 3 May 1 March 2 February 3 January 2 2014 43 December 4 October 5 September 1 August 11 July 2 June 5 May 2 April 2 March 8 February 1 January 2 2013 52 December 2 November 1 September 2 August 17 July 6 June 5 May 5 April 2 March 9 February 2 January 1 2012 90 December 7 November 5 October 3 August 18 July 10 June 13 May 9 April 4 March 12 February 7 January 2 2011 109 December 2 November 1 October 8 September 7 August 24 July 15 June 5 May 5 April 10 March 11 February 11 January 10 2010 161 December 5 November 7 October 17 September 9 August 21 July 19 June 14 May 11 April 13 Belohlavek Aimard and the Berliner Philharmoniker There s Runnicles all change for Siegfried in Be Where s Runnicles in Dresden Fidelio at the Semp There s Runnicles Die Walküre at Deutsche Oper There s Runnicles Das Rheingold at Deutsche Oper Christian Zacharian and the

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  • Where's Runnicles: The 2010/11 Royal Scottish National Orchestra Season
    please don t waste your time and ours contacting us with offers Contributors Finn Pollard Tam Pollard Andrew Pugsley Freebies Press Stuff If you re a press officer or arts organisation or artist or anything and are wondering if we d like to review something you re doing you re welcome to get in touch with us we may have no idea about it or we may be coming already Please do feel free to add us to your mailing lists for press releases or invite us to season launches and the like We do not accept free tickets or review CDs not available to the general public See here for more detail as to why BlogCatalog Blog Catalog Blog Directory Where s Runnicles is very proud to have been ranked by Creative Tourist as one of the UK s top 10 arts and culture blogs Categories 2008 9 Season 44 2009 10 Season 62 2010 11 Season 52 2011 12 Season 21 2012 13 Season 6 2013 14 Season 5 2014 15 Season 2 About 16 Album of the Week 8 Aldeburgh 54 Almeida Theatre 5 Barbican 33 BBC Proms 34 BBC SSO 57 Book Reviews 4 Broadcast Reviews 16 CD Reviews 34 City Halls 31 Coliseum 36 Concert Reviews 267 Dance Reviews 10 Discography 3 Donald Runnicles 79 Donmar Warehouse 6 Ears Today 15 Edinburgh Festival 161 EIF 2005 6 EIF 2006 6 EIF 2007 18 EIF 2008 9 EIF 2009 16 EIF 2010 22 EIF 2011 23 EIF 2012 17 EIF 2013 18 EIF 2014 11 EIF 2015 15 EIF 2016 1 Features 38 Festival Hall 15 Festival Theatre 30 Film Reviews 36 Finn 275 Guest Blogs 2 Guest Reviews 2 Interviews 1 LSO 26 Mackerras 36 Mr P 5 Musical Theatre Reviews 44 National Theatre 16 Obituaries 6 Opera Reviews 137 Podcast 2 Queen s Hall 65 Royal Opera House 39 RSNO 55 SCO 2007 18 Scottish Chamber Orchestra 90 Shameless Plugs 25 Tam 480 Theatre Reviews 105 Track of the Day 1 TV Reviews 10 Usher Hall 115 Where s Runnicles Awards Every now and again usually towards the end of one of my reviews I suggest that an artist has done something so remarkable they deserve an award So I give them an elaborately named one A full list and fuller explanation can be found here Interestingly to date James Lowe is the only person to have won two Well actually we ve now given three to Donald Runnicles but they were all for the same thing Astonishingly Charles Mackerras has yet to gain even one There s time yet though Blog Archive 2015 34 December 4 November 1 October 2 August 13 July 3 June 3 May 1 March 2 February 3 January 2 2014 43 December 4 October 5 September 1 August 11 July 2 June 5 May 2 April 2 March 8 February 1 January 2 2013 52 December 2 November 1 September 2 August 17 July 6 June 5 May

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