Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine

23/10/2009

What would an eight year-old think of Bizet's opera? Helen Wallace heads to the Royal Opera House with her daughter to find out

06/01/2010

Can combining video with musical performance add anything to either medium? Helen Wallace heads to Kings Place in London to find out 

12/03/2010

A recipe for success or for failure? Helen Wallace heads to the London Coliseum for Philip Glass's Gandhi-inspired opera

23/06/2010

Why are there still so few female composers with substantial careers, asks Helen Wallace

06/07/2010

Helen Wallace celebrates 100 years of Thorpeness at the Aldeburgh Festival

08/07/2010

The Argentine piano legend's unexpected appearance in London was a humbling lesson, writes Helen Wallace

23/07/2010

A provocative experimental opera staged in a vast East London warehouse proved intriguing, writes Helen Wallace

29/10/2010

Handel's Radamisto is heard again in its rightful home after 25 years, writes Helen Wallace

03/12/2010

A stray dog who falls prey to a sinister experiment is at the centre of this new opera by Alexander Raskatov, writes Helen Wallace

09/02/2011

Helen Wallace takes a trip to English National Opera where Donizetti meets the silver screen

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