Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea seems uncomfortably relevant with its abuse of power and sex, moral corruption, disdain for the law and sudden death. In the key scene between Seneca and Nero, the Emperor makes it quite clear that the law is only for little people. Those who have power can do what they like – and they do.
Performing the great choral
classics of the 20th century
On Saturday November 25 at 7.30pm Battle Choral Society, led by director of music John Langridge and accompanied by a full professional orchestra, will be performing two of the 20th century’s major choral works.
St Leonards musicians excited to be back performing on home turf
St Leonards-based husband-and-wife music duo Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou has found time between opening for Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra to make a welcome return to Kino-Teatr in Norman Road.
Early music festival launch at Opus Theatre in Hastings
Violinist Jane Gordon is launching a new classical music festival in Hastings, with the intention of bringing world class international musicians into the area to perform concerts at Opus Theatre and Kino Teatr.