Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine

25/02/2011

Mahler's Symphony No. 3 provided an unforgettable finish to the Berlin Philharmonic's series in the British capital

28/02/2011

How well did the tale of a waitress turned Playboy model and billionaire's wife translate to the operatic stage? Helen Wallace finds out

25/05/2011

Christopher Alden's production may have pleased the critics but, argues Helen Wallace, he puts an ill-fitting concept ahead of the music

01/06/2011

As the Southbank's Pollini Project draws to a close Helen Wallace gives us her views on the highlights, including refreshing Stockhausen and some brutal Schumann

23/06/2011

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Labèque Sisters, Royal Festival Hall, 21 June

27/06/2011

Two Boys by Nico Muhly premieres at ENO

07/07/2011

Helen Wallace tests the £50,000 'acoustic device' that offers new ways of listening… perhaps.

22/07/2011

Helen Wallace tries out the Yellow Lounge in Bermondsey Street Tunnels with its heady mix of bright lights, beer...and baroque

20/09/2011

Helen Wallace on the power of Mieczysław Weinberg's opera The Passenger, written in 1967 but only now receiving its UK premiere

04/10/2011

Helen Wallace samples Boulez's Exquisite Labyrinth at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London