In our latest issue...

The ballet master
Erik Levi reflects on how Stravinsky revolutionised ballet, taking the form in a dramatic new direction

Giovanni Bottesini
Two centuries since the great double bassist’s birth, Leon Bosch celebrates the virtuoso’s remarkable career

Music to cry to
Our critics name the pieces of music that for various reasons bring them to tears every time they hear them

Neville Cardus
Andrew Green on the unique double life of the ‘prince of cricket writers’ and leading classical music critic

The BBC Music Magazine Interview
Domingo Hindoyan, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s new conductor, talks to Richard Bratby

Composer of the Month
Nino Rota’s film scores are beloved, but his concert music deserves more attention, argues Mervyn Cooke

Building a Library
Alexandra Wilson names the best recordings of Puccini’s now-controversial opera Madam Butterfly

Music that Changed Me
Mastermind presenter Clive Myrie