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Love, war and a destiny stronger than either: Walton’s Troilus and Cressida is British music at its most sensuous – and sensational.
One of New York City’s most in-demand guitarists Halvorson presents her most recently debuted Code Girl.
Are you bewitched, bothered or bewildered when you listen to contemporary music?
“A total phenomenon” was how one critic described the Birmingham-born teenage piano virtuoso Lauren Zhang when she won BBC Young Musician in 2018.
There’s nothing quite like hearing Saint-Saëns’ Third Symphony played live.
The air shimmers, a horn calls, and like a window opening onto an endless vista, Anton Bruckner begins his “Romantic” Symphony.
Max Bruch wrote the world’s best-loved violin concerto, so you’d expect his string chamber music to be rather good.
For some, it’s the roar of a nation awakening to freedom; to others, it’s a life-and-death drama.