“The world turns on its dark side…” As war loomed in Europe, Michael Tippett took a single, brutal instance of man’s inhumanity to man, and created a plea for a …
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From the royal court of 17th century England to the New Mexico desert; from the cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral to the Sussex Downs.
Love, war and a destiny stronger than either: Walton’s Troilus and Cressida is British music at its most sensuous – and sensational.
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When Edward Elgar became professor of music at the University of Birmingham, he was eager to share his love of Brahms’ Third Symphony.
Five international choirs, eight soloists and a colossal orchestra: no wonder Mahler’s Eighth is known as the “Symphony of a Thousand”.
Happy birthday, Ludwig van B! In the year that the CBSO turns 100, Ludwig van Beethoven turns 250, and Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla has picked out two of Beethoven’s …
Hear all nine symphonies in one weekend, introduced by Beethoven specialist and broadcaster John Suchet and performed by brilliant orchestras from across the …
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”