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Owain Arwel Hughes leads Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra through a collection of classical favourites at the Welsh Proms
British choirs should be inspired by the world, says deputy artistic director of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Greg Beardsell
Sheila Hayman explores the complex relationship between classical music’s most famous siblings
David Skinner on the part Queen Katherine Parr, Thomas Tallis and music played in King Henry VIII’s propaganda wars
Pianist Danny Driver on why Beethoven's early works should get a fairer hearing
Violinist Liza Ferschtman on how young musicians can break away from the sound of their heroes
Composer Thierry Pecou reflects on how he decided to explore the tragedy of the slave trade in music
Hugh Collins Rice argues the case for transcription in a technological age
Pianist Penelope Thwaites sings the praises of Percy Grainger's piano duos
Oliver Condy reports from the opening of Hamburg's spectacular new Elbphilharmonie
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