Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine


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


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


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


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


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


Two Boys by Nico Muhly premieres at ENO


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


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


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


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

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