Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine


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


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


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


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


Helen Wallace celebrates 100 years of Thorpeness at the Aldeburgh Festival


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


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


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


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


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

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