Artist of the month: Mayah Kadish
Toby Deller speaks to Mayah Kadish, a violinist exploring early music through a prism of contemporary ideas
‘I stopped playing the violin when I...
The LSO have found a home in the Golden State through a partnership with Music Academy of the West.Read More
Optimum Playing: How to achieve ease and security in performance
When practising the piano, it’s all too easy to keep making the same mistakes. How can we overcome this to achieve complete security in...
Artist of the month: Daniel Hyde
Toby Deller speaks to Daniel Hyde, new director of music at King’s College, Cambridge
‘You have to be pretty judicious in what you choose to...
All for one: inside the New Renaissance Collective
Adrian Horsewood meets the New Renaissance Collective
Choosing a name is usually one of the most crucial decisions for a new ensemble: how to communicate...
Artist of the month: Elena Urioste
Finding balance can be hard for a musician, but Elena Urioste uses yoga to help her achieve a healthy mind and body.Read...
Reviving Ethel Smyth’s Fête Galante
Odaline de la Martinez has conducted the debut recording of Ethel Smyth’s Fête Galante with Retrospect Opera.Read More
Preview: Karl Lutchmayer performs Busoni’s Piano Concerto
British-Goan pianist Karl Lutchmayer will perform Busoni’s Piano Concerto Op 39 on 30 November at St John’s Smith Square,Read More
Louder than words
In November, Selwyn College Choir will help launch a new sacred music anthology. The curator, Louise Stewart, speaks to Harriet Clifford about her social...
Marcello Giordani – In Memoriam
Marcello Giordani, the Sicilian tenor, died prematurely on 5 October at the age of 56. At different times in his career,Read More
Divine dances: Robert Levin on Bach’s Six Partitas
Robert Levin considers the incredible variety of dance forms that appear in Bach’s Six Partitas,Read More
The lost ‘Emperor’: Czerny’s Grand Concerto in E-flat major
Rosemary Tuck introduces her new Czerny disc featuring the composer’s Grand Concerto No 2 in E-flat major.Read More
Getting political: opera as activism
Composer and Labour party member Keith Burstein’s latest opera The Prometheus Revolution explores a country in meltdown as the forces of war and greed...
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National treasure: Pål Eide introduces new Grieg album
Norwegian pianist Pål Eide introduces his new solo album recorded on Grieg’s 1892 Steinway in Troldhaugen
In 2017,Read More
Hand on heart
With a UK tour underway and a new album, Sound of Silence, recently released, guitarist MILOŠ’s career is on a high.Read More
Artist of the month: Valentine Michaud
The saxophonist speaks to Toby Deller about the challenges and joys of bringing an instrument not usually associated with classical repertoire to audiences across...
Víkingur Ólafsson on Bach
For Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson, named Gramophone Artist of the Year 2019, Bach’s keyboard works offer an intimate and revelatory glimpse into the more...
Preview: Gothic Opera
Gothic Opera, a new London-based opera company, is launching this Halloween with a production of Der Vampyr by Heinrich Marschner.Read More
From the archives: Vision & spirit
Edition Peters is known by singers and organists alike, but behind the recognisable green cover lies ‘one of the most tragic,Read More