Benjamin Poore

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Benjamin Poore is a writer and critic based in London. He has written on all sorts of aspects of the arts and culture, previously publishing with the TLS, Van magazine, the Independent, Times Higher Education,and numerous academic venues; he also reviews regularly for Bachtrack.com. His book on psychoanalysis and literature, Making Masud Khan, is forthcoming next year. In his spare time he is an enthusiastic chorister and performer, singing with the choruses of Midsummer Opera and Fulham Opera.
Benjamin Poore


Articles by Benjamin Poore


Why I Love… Götterdämmerung (Classical and Opera)
Book Review: Beethoven – A Life in Nine Pieces by Laura Tunbridge (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Stephen Hough: Composing in lockdown (Classical and Opera Features)
The show must go on: Mark Simpson on composing in isolation (Classical and Opera Features)
Why I Love… The Rite Of Spring (Classical and Opera Features)
Pierre-Laurent Aimard @ Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Luisa Miller @ Coliseum, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
The Bach Choir @ Royal Festival Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Beethoven’s Major Heroes @ Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Sound Across a Century @ Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
Messiah @ Barbican Hall, London (Classical and Opera)
Orphée @ Coliseum, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)
The Mask of Orpheus @ Coliseum, London (Opera and Classical Reviews)