Blogs

Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Thu Mar 19, 2015
John Fulljames’s new production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's satirical opera is bold and impactful, Helen Wallace reports
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Thu Mar 12, 2015
We report from Unsuk Chin's sell-out opera
BBC Music Magazine blog
Submitted by Guest blogger
Thu Mar 12, 2015
Boris Giltburg on rediscovering neglected scores
BBC Music Magazine blog
Submitted by Guest blogger
Wed Mar 11, 2015
Cellist and conductor Thomas Carroll on the joy of discovering the letters of Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann and Clara Schumann
Neil McKim
Submitted by Neil McKim
Mon Mar 09, 2015
We visit Bristol’s Colston Hall for a weekend of tributes to Louis Armstrong
BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists
Thu Mar 05, 2015
Former BBC New Generation Artist Kitty Whately on how her family inspired her latest recording project
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Wed Mar 04, 2015
It would be tragic if high-profile criminals like Philip Pickett undermined the tradition of one-to-one instrumental tuition, argues Helen Wallace
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Fri Feb 27, 2015
Peter Sellars transforms Purcell's 'semi-opera' into a full-blown Lenten ritual of penitence
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Wed Feb 11, 2015
High-voltage Sibelius kicks off Rattle's London Residency
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Tue Feb 10, 2015
Bryn Terfel stars in Tim Albery's acclaimed production
Rebecca Franks
Submitted by Rebecca Franks
Wed Feb 04, 2015
Oboist Blair Tindall's memoir has been turned into a web-based TV series, with mixed results
Rebecca Franks
Submitted by Rebecca Franks
Wed Feb 04, 2015
The British violinist and Latvian accordionist join forces for a Late Night Classical Cafe at St George's, Bristol
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