Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace

Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine


Helen Wallace heads to the Southbank Centre for Vladimir Jurowski's series exploring the music of this Russian great


Helen Wallace reviews the world premiere of a much-talked-about collaboration between Mark-Anthony Turnage, Wayne McGregor and Mark Wallinger


Helen Wallace reviews a celebration of 50 years of Minimalism at Kings Place


Hellen Wallace reviews Deborah Warner's production of Tchaikovsky's opera


Helen Wallace reviews the latest instalment of Esa-Pekka Salonen's Infernal Dance Bartók series at the Southbank Centre


A rare performance of Mozart's music for glass harmonica at Kings Place intrigues Helen Wallace


Helen Wallace on a night of nerve-jangling Bruckner and meaty Schumann at the Royal Festival Hall


Helen Wallace attends the opening night of Fiona Shaw's new production of Mozart's opera


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


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

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