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
The high-living hillbilly
In the cover feature of this October’s issue of Opera Now, Michael Spyres explains how he found his true ‘baritenor’ voice,Read More
From the archives: Rising to glory
Blenheim Palace is steeped in history, from the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, to the organ from the peak of Henry Willis’s career.
From the archives: Elgar, Ego and EnglandTo mark the launch of our new digital archive, here is Wilfrid Mellers's essay 'Elgar, Ego and England' from the October/November 1994 issue.
Preview: Endgame concert series
British pianist James Lisney’s Endgame concert series explores the notion of ‘late style’ through the late piano works of Haydn,Read More
Opera’s worst-kept secret?
Twenty women have now accused Plácido Domingo of sexual harassment. Josephine Miles reflects on the opera world’s reaction,Read More
The season of Jamie Barton
From witches and Wagner to women championing body positivity, the mezzo soprano talks all things opera with Lisa Houston
During an intermission at a recent...
Strings & Keyboard Musik Programme: How young children can learn classical instruments easily
String & Keyboard Musik Programme founder Tse Karana Karen has been teaching music to children and recognised that while children were learning instruments they...
‘Soaring star in new skies’: Interview with Fatma Said
Jon Tolansky speaks to talented young soprano Fatma Said, who recently made her Proms debut
In the short time that the prodigiously gifted young Egyptian...
The Nevis Ensemble are redefining what it means to engage audiences. Toby Deller reports
Sometimes, just sometimes,Read More
Preview: Cambridge Piano Weekend celebrates Cortot
The Cambridge Piano Weekend, a newly established piano course run by Cortot specialist Michael Stembridge-Montavont, returns on 13–15 September 2019
The course intends to continue...