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Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Fri Aug 27, 2010
Does knowing about a musician's hobbies help or hinder appreciation of their performances, asks Nick Shave
Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Tue Aug 24, 2010
The UK premiere of Arvo Pärt's powerful Fourth Symphony was spoiled by the Royal Albert Hall's muffled acoustics, writes Nick Shave
Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Thu Aug 19, 2010
An underwhelming performance of Scriabin's First Symphony leaves Nick Shave pondering some unanswerable questions
Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Wed Aug 18, 2010
Nick Shave relishes the English Baroque Soloists' performance of all the Brandenburg Concertos 
Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Thu Aug 12, 2010
The UK premiere of Langgaard's Music of the Spheres 92 years after it was composed was a weird and wonderful triumph
Oliver Condy
Submitted by Oliver Condy
Wed Aug 11, 2010
Recording a cover disc for BBC Music Magazine
Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Mon Aug 09, 2010
Nick Shave explains why the Proms on television beats the live performance
Jeremy Pound
Submitted by Jeremy Pound
Thu Aug 05, 2010
Jeremy Pound enjoys a very large helping of Mahler at the Royal Albert Hall
Wed Aug 04, 2010
At the end of The Sixteen's Choral Pilgrimage, the countertenor, hardy walker and unexpectedly dressed Ian Aitkenhead reflects on the 110-mile walk
Blog creator, Nick Shave
Submitted by Nick Shave
Mon Aug 02, 2010
Nick Shave is driven mad by Proms beginning at 7pm
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