The week in classical: The Dead City; Black Angels; Re:sound – review

This week saw a number of exciting classical music performances across London and beyond. The English National Opera's production of The Dead City made its debut at the Coliseum, with Annilese Miskimmon at the helm. The production was met with critical acclaim and drew in audiences from near and far.

The Manchester Collective's performance of George Crumb's Black Angels was another highlight of the week. Taking place at Kings Place, the piece was performed with great emotion and passion, and the audience was mesmerised by the sound of the chamber orchestra.

Re:sound, a new project from Streetwise Opera, had its premiere performance at the BBC Concert Orchestra, and was a great success. The performance featured a range of vocalists and instrumentalists, and showcased the voices of cities.

Overall, this week has been one of great cultural and musical exploration, with performances from some of the world's best performers. From The Dead City to Black Angels, and from Re:sound to the BBC Concert Orchestra, there was something for everyone this week in the world of classical music.