Critics’ Circle Music Awards 2017

Critics’ Circle Music Awards 2017

The Music Section of The Critics’ Circle is delighted to announce the recipients of its Annual Awards for 2017 which are as follows: Emerging Talent (Voice) Natalya Romaniw At just 30, Natalya Romaniw’s star is in the ascendant. A voice of rare spinto warmth lends...

Words and music

By Jessica Duchen Two less than Christmassy pieces of news in music journalism have arrived within a matter of weeks. One is that the Ham & High – more than merely a north London local paper – is dropping its classical music coverage. The other is that the...
With magical touch

With magical touch

Chagall’s illustrations for Shakespeare’s The Tempest, by Clare Finn Marc Chagall’s last major project has largely passed scholars by until it was studied more recently by Hanna Scolnicov, Professor emerita of Theatre Studies in the Faculty of Arts,...
How Calder broke new ground

How Calder broke new ground

The first biography of the artist that brought movement to sculpture, by Clare Finn Alexander Calder’s art, his exploration of movement and time to the previously a static medium of sculpture, was, and still is, is ground breaking. So it is a surprise to find that...
Julia Peyton-Jones wins 2017 award

Julia Peyton-Jones wins 2017 award

VISUAL ARTS & ARCHITECTURE AWARDS: Dame Julia Peyton-Jones and Fred Hohler Dame Julia Peyton-Jones was the winner of the annual Critics Circle Visual Arts and Architecture Award presented at the Thaddeus Ropac Gallery Dover Street on the evening of 12th...