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Boris Giltburg on Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 4

Boris Giltburg on Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 4

Pianist Boris Giltburg explores the Russian masterpiece in the second of a series of guest blogs for BBC Music Magazine

The Bath Festival widens its appeal for 2017

The Bath Festival widens its appeal for 2017

Next year’s Bath Festival is hitting the streets to engage with the wider public

Icelandic Airwaves

Icelandic Airwaves

Hilary Finch travels to Reykjavík, where the Iceland Symphony Orchestra is has a new conductor

Does opera exclude you, or do you exclude opera?

Does opera exclude you, or do you exclude opera?

The public need to take the lead in exploring opera, says director of Opera Holland Park Michael Volpe

Boris Giltburg on Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 2

Boris Giltburg on Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 2

Pianist Boris Giltburg explores Brahms's masterpiece in the first of a series of guest blogs for BBC Music Magazine

Reflections on diversity

Reflections on diversity

Cheltenham Music Festival's Meurig Bowen on his strategy for inclusion

Bob Dylan and Sir Charles Santley

Bob Dylan and Sir Charles Santley

Bob Dylan’s receipt of the Nobel Prize for Literature is reminiscent of a forgotten landmark in British musical history, says Anna Maria Barry

Tamsin Waley-Cohen champions an underappreciated Violin Concerto.

Tamsin Waley-Cohen champions an underappreciated Violin Concerto.

Violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen explains why she believes Roy Harris’s Violin Concerto should rank among the greats

Technology in the concert hall

Technology in the concert hall

Gillian Moore explores how we can enhance classical performance in the digital age

The story of a secret Passion

The story of a secret Passion

Why a major work written in 1920s Russia has only recently come to light

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