They call Vienna the city of dreams, and it wouldn’t be New Year without the music of Johann Strauss and friends.
Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven weren’t only great composers – they were electrifying performers as well.
Today, a group of CBSO players uses period instruments to offer a glimpse into Austen’s elegant and intimate musical world.
A quiet hymn, a flurry of birdsong, a dance rhythm… and Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony is on its way.
A full orchestra looks impressive, and sounds amazing. But how does it actually work?
Brahms’ Fourth Symphony begins with a sigh and ends with a tempest...
Forget everything you thought you knew about English music, because Vaughan Williams’ Fourth Symphony is the white-hot vision of an angry prophet...