Helen Wallace is consultant editor of BBC Music Magazine.
Spiritual Tavener and electrifying Bartók at Prom 7
Helen Wallace finds Andrew Davis on fine form
Helen Wallace reports from the two-day celebration of new music
Helen Wallace applauds equality in professional violin playing today
For an immersive experience of modern opera, it doesn’t get better than this production of Francesconi’s Quartett, says Helen Wallace
Opera at Spitalfields Summer Festival
If the Minister for Culture really wants the arts to be accessible for all, his government needs to reverse some of their policies pretty damn fast, says Helen Wallace
Helen Wallace finds the Dutch maestro on form
We talk to composer David Lang ahead of the premiere of his work for 1000 untrained voices, Crowd Out
Look at the decline of cricket in state schools, says Helen Wallace, if you want to see what could happen to music if it’s starved of funds and edged off the curriculum.