Aldeburgh


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Aldeburgh

a small resort in SE England, in Suffolk: site of an annual music festival established in 1948 by Benjamin Britten. Pop.: 2654 (2001)
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Aldeburgh itself is a truly charming town and has been a holiday destination since Victorian times.
This latest volume of Aldeburgh Studies in Music, whose contributors adopt a range of contrasting but ultimately complementary approaches to their subject, captures the vitality of the research which has been undertaken on Britten since the 2013 centenary.
Holiday properties from Cottage Holidays (0333-2020899; www.cottageholidays.co.uk) include several in Aldeburgh with festival savings.
Barker, a track world champion, finished the day ninth on general classifi-cation, nine seconds behind overall race leader Lisa Brennauer of Velocio SRAM, who took the yellow jersey after stage one winner Lizzie Armitstead withdrew from the race following Wednesday's stage finish collision in Aldeburgh.
AFAVOURITE holiday venue with discerning visitors since Victorian times, Aldeburgh's big skies, wide beaches and charming cottages have long been a magnet for musicians, artists and writers.
Nigel Twiston-Davies' mind is probably almost totally focused on the upcoming Cheltenham Festival, but Aldeburgh can continue to fly an unlikely flag for the yard on the allweather.
Nigel Twiston-Davies' mind is probably almost totally focused on the Cheltenham Festival but Aldeburgh can continue to fly an unlikely flag for the yard on the all weather.
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BOOK a cosy Platinum Pillow seaside dinner, bed and breakfast stay this winter at the Brudenell Hotel in Aldeburgh, Suffolk from PS75 per person per night and you have a chance of winning your stay for free.
9, 13 June 1955 Third Program, reports the first performance of the Aubade that evening listing Dennis Brain--Horn with the Aldeburgh Festival Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr.
From a historical perspective these sketches are now a significant resource for research in opera production and there is also a brief account of their eventual placement in the composer's archive in Aldeburgh.
Eminent British composer and pianist Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) and partner Peter Pears assembled an art collection of some 300 works, which are housed at The Red House in Aldeburgh, UK.