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Brahms: The Innovator

Brahms: The Innovator

Pianist Pina Napolitano tells us why she thinks Brahms was a trailblazer of 20th-century music

Bach: The Universal Keyboardist

Bach: The Universal Keyboardist

Harpsichordist and music technologist Robin Bigwood decides whether Bach would be a fan of the synthesizer

Nancy Storace: More than Mozart's muse

Nancy Storace: More than Mozart's muse

Dr Anna Maria Barry tells the story of the enigmatic soprano

The Gluepot Pub and its infamous composer clientele

The Gluepot Pub and its infamous composer clientele

Conductor Andrew Griffiths tells the stories behind the infamous London pub

A new piece commissioned by the UK's largest breast cancer charity

A new piece commissioned by the UK's largest breast cancer charity

The piece celebrates the friends and family of those living with breast cancer

Tenebrae conductor Nigel Short's plans for Holy Week

Tenebrae conductor Nigel Short's plans for Holy Week

The conductor of the top vocal ensemble discusses how he is changing his approach to Holy Week this year

Penderecki in Armenia

Oliver Condy visits Yerevan for a festival celebrating Polish composer Penderecki’s 85th birthday

Royal College of Music launches new database of musical instruments

Royal College of Music launches new database of musical instruments

MINIM-UK will make thousands of instruments digitally available for the very first time

Testing the brain cells

Testing the brain cells

We take part in the BPI's annual Nordoff Robbins classical music quiz

RCM Museum celebrates the life of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

RCM Museum celebrates the life of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

The composer's musical fight for civil rights is the focus of an intriguing new digital exhibition, explains Anna Barry

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