Blogs

Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Wed Jun 01, 2011
As the Southbank's Pollini Project draws to a close Helen Wallace gives us her views on the highlights, including refreshing Stockhausen and some brutal Schumann
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Wed May 25, 2011
Christopher Alden's production may have pleased the critics but, argues Helen Wallace, he puts an ill-fitting concept ahead of the music
Neil McKim
Submitted by Neil McKim
Thu May 05, 2011
Neil McKim visits the Cheltenham Jazz Festival to hear saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, a key player in John Coltrane’s final groups
Oliver Condy
Submitted by Oliver Condy
Tue May 03, 2011
Which works from Friday's royal wedding will make it into marriage vernacular?, asks BBC Music's editor Oliver Condy
Neil McKim
Submitted by Neil McKim
Mon Apr 11, 2011
Neil McKim heads to the UK's most famous jazz club to hear one of the world's most famous jazz bass players
Wed Apr 06, 2011
How did the newly formed Northern Ireland Opera’s very first production shape up? Terry Blain returns to his home patch to find out…
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Mon Feb 28, 2011
How well did the tale of a waitress turned Playboy model and billionaire's wife translate to the operatic stage? Helen Wallace finds out
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Fri Feb 25, 2011
Mahler's Symphony No. 3 provided an unforgettable finish to the Berlin Philharmonic's series in the British capital
Helen Wallace
Submitted by Helen Wallace
Wed Feb 09, 2011
Helen Wallace takes a trip to English National Opera where Donizetti meets the silver screen
Rebecca Franks
Submitted by Rebecca Franks
Fri Jan 21, 2011
The Budapest Festival Orchestra was joined by an unexpected guest on stage to perform Beethoven, writes Rebecca Franks
Jeremy Pound
Submitted by Jeremy Pound
Wed Jan 19, 2011
Jeremy Pound drops in on a recording session at St John’s College, Cambridge
Rebecca Franks
Submitted by Rebecca Franks
Wed Jan 12, 2011
The first concert in the Park Lane Young Artists New Year Series was a triumph, writes Rebecca Franks
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