Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine.
John Fulljames’s new production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's satirical opera is bold and impactful, Helen Wallace reports
We report from Unsuk Chin's sell-out opera
The leading sound artist on his new BBC Radio 3 commission
It would be tragic if high-profile criminals like Philip Pickett undermined the tradition of one-to-one instrumental tuition, argues Helen Wallace
Peter Sellars transforms Purcell's 'semi-opera' into a full-blown Lenten ritual of penitence
High-voltage Sibelius kicks off Rattle's London Residency
Bryn Terfel stars in Tim Albery's acclaimed production
The Russian pianist on making the first recording of a new edition of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 based on the composer's own conducting score
Barbara Hannigan and the London Philharmonic Orchestra perform new music from Magnus Lindberg
Watching Whiplash is musical torture: but how close is it to real-life orchestral training?