‘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...
Celebrating the minuet: Q&A with Alessandro Stella
Alessandro Stella’s album Minuetto: The Art of the Regal Dance, a programme of minuets by 20 composers inspired by Guy de Maupassant’s 1882 short...
Stephen Wallack releases his debut album Chapters
Stephen Wallack’s Chapters features new age pieces inspired by important moments in the pianist’s life. From ‘Weddings’,Read More
Q&A: Angela Dixon
As Saffron Hall celebrates its fifth anniversary, Lucy Thraves caught up with chief executive Angela Dixon to find out more about the venue and...
Artist of the Month: Denise Ham
‘People’s personalities are very different in front of orchestras but the worst thing a conductor can be on the rostrum is defensive because an...
Interview: Francesco Cilluffo
An Italian who, he reveals, does not drink espresso coffee and is not an enthusiast for Italian food, Francesco Cilluffo does at least have...
Q&A: Sébastien ChonionRead More
Premieres: April’s new music
A chance encounter with Katia and Marielle Labèque in Los Angeles was the beginning of ‘a really important friendship and collaboration’ for Bryce Dessner.
Meet the Maestro: Ben PalmerRead More
Q&A: Alexander BoydRead More
Q&A: Nathaniel Anderson-FrankRead More
Premieres: March’s new music
Alison Willis was approached in late 2016 by London Concert Choir conductor Mark Forkgen with a very specific brief. A member of the choir,
Q&A: Roger ArgenteRead More
Meet the Maestro: Alexander ShelleyRead More
Q&A: Damian IorioRead More
Meet the Maestro: Natalie Murray BealeRead More
Premieres: January’s new music
Exploring the idea of artifice, Pierce Gradone’s new work was inspired by a passage from Denis Diderot’s The Paradox of the Actor (Paradoxe sur...
Meet the Maestro: James WeeksRead More
Q&A: Alexandra DariescuRead More
Premieres: December’s new music
Tasked with creating a piece to accompany Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem,Read More