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A song of summer: Arthur Honegger steps out of his chalet and watches the morning sunlight spreading across the Swiss Alps. Johannes Brahms relaxes by a …
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It’s a phenomenon unparalleled in the world: the way that in the Baltic states, thousands of people gather in the open air to celebrate their community in …
Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony starts with a funeral march, and finishes with the end of the world itself.
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and the CBSO return to Cheltenham for the second symphonic concert of the weekend.
When Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla recorded Shostakovich together, it became one of the best-selling classical recordings this century.
The CBSO and Music Director Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla celebrate the centenary of Mieczysław Weinberg – the man Shostakovich hailed as ‘one of the most outstanding …
Mahler’s Fourth Symphony is quiet by his standards – but it still aims at the stars, and it ends with an utterly unexpected vision of heaven.
The CBSO will perform at the closing concert of the summer festival
“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.
When Edward Elgar became professor of music at the University of Birmingham, he was eager to share his love of Brahms’ Third Symphony.