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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But as rewarding as their careers in opera proved, both Ralls and Ubukata missed their recital work--hence the decision to found The Aldeburgh Connection, partly as a showcase for the young Canadian vocal talents they had discovered in Aldeburgh and in Canada, partly to expose those talents to the recital repertory.
Also, she has performed in concert with the Aldeburgh Connection in Toronto and, as a member of the Britten-Pears Young Artist Program, at the Aldeburgh Festival Britain (in Handel's L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato and Purcell's Faery Queen).
He was beaten up but returned to his digs in sleepy Aldeburgh, Suffolk, around 9pm and later complained about feeling unwell.
The CPRE said they had been told of a stretch of the A12 in Suffolk, heading south towards the A1094 to Aldeburgh, where there were 67 road signs in less than half a mile.
The group of 12, all colleagues at Rolls-Royce in Ansty, started the ride at St David's in south Wales on Friday and after covering 80 miles a day, they finished at Fordham Aldeburgh in Suffolk on Tuesday.
Among the buildings included in the scheme are The Old Hall, in Croscombe, Somerset, built 1420; Martello Tower in Aldeburgh, Suffolk; Abbey Gatehouse in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire and Ingestre Pavilion in Tixall, Staffs; and The Grange in Ramsgate, Kent, still under restoration, which was built in 1843/5 by Augustus Pugin.
Her first collection in English, Parables & Faxes, won the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival Prize and was shortlisted for the Forward.
Which artist created the controversial giant scallop shell on Aldeburgh seafront as a memorial to the composer Benjamin Britten?
Aimard has had a busy year with concert performances, dual professorships in Cologne and Paris and his role as artistic director of the Aldeburgh Festival in Suffolk.
Billington had seen Kay, 39, and a friend walking along the beach with two women in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, last month.
Following a toast by Bruce Ubukata, Ralls' partner and co-Artistic Director of the Aldeburgh Connection Concert Society, and a witty review of the Ralls years by Michael Patrick Albano, the Division's Resident Stage Director, a musical tribute was headlined by sopranos Adrianne Pieczonka and Monica Whicher and baritone Brett Polegato.
TODAY: Last chance to join in the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival at Snape Maltings.