Gilbert and Sullivan

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the music of Gilbert and Sullivan

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Ian Smith, Chairman and founder of the National Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, said: "ENO, Opera North and Scottish Opera all throw the occasional G&S into their repertoire.
In the past, Tees Valley Gilbert and Sullivan Society has entered The Gazette's Wish campaign in an attempt to gain the support of readers.
Created 20 years ago with an all-amateur chorus for the first International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival in Buxton, the company has developed into a regular professional group for the festival.
Conductor John Wilson and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra performed the Gilbert and Sullivan classics wonderfully
You know, sometimes Gilbert and Sullivan has a bad rap in the opera world.
If he wanted firmer ground to walk on, it was new carpet at the Savoy Theatre in London, built by producer Richard D'Oyly Carte specifically for Gilbert and Sullivan operetta productions, that caused what for a while seemed like an irrevocable upheaval in the relationship.
The annual event, which starts tomorrow , begins in the Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans, Cardiff, with Gilbert and Sullivan classic The Gondoliers.
IT IS quite true about the Gilbert and Sullivan split.
A record label said that it has signed a deal for "the first major release of Gilbert and Sullivan in 25 years".
WOODLAND HILLS -- Wearing appropriate disguises to get them in the mood, members of the Temple Kol Tikvah Chorale will raise their voices tonight during a Purim shpiel based on the 19th century operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan.
In this book, Ian Bradley, author of The Complete Annotated Gilbert & Sullivan (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), reports on, and attempts to account for, the persistence of Gilbert and Sullivan.
The works of Gilbert and Sullivan are one of the greatest legacies of Victorian Britain.
From their performance of Handel they move on to Gilbert and Sullivan, and find a way to use the talents of most of the women in the prison.
Sometime later, I managed to redeem myself when he discovered my passion for theater, including Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.
THE BUZZ WAS SURPRISED to discover after Topsy-Turvy crone out that Gilbert and Sullivan were not the Siegfried and Roy of Victorian operetta.