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By , 31 January 2023
31 Jan 2023
Bachtrack top ten: Franz Schubert
By Mark Pullinger
By , 30 January 2023
30 Jan 2023
Tár shines a light on orchestral life in Germany
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 27 January 2023
27 Jan 2023
Bachtrack top ten: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
By Mark Pullinger
By , 26 January 2023
26 Jan 2023
Painting pictures at the keyboard: Nikolai Lugansky on Rachmaninov
By Mark Pullinger
By , 24 January 2023
24 Jan 2023
Bamberg Symphony sets sights on sustainability
By Alexandra Richter
By , 19 January 2023
19 Jan 2023
How we became classical music’s biggest website
By David Karlin
By , 11 January 2023
11 Jan 2023
“Music is the most living art form”: interview with Pablo Heras-Casado
By Isabella Steppan
By , 06 January 2023
06 Jan 2023
Arvo Pärt: music for humanity
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 05 January 2023
05 Jan 2023
Why Ravel’s La Valse is the most performed work in the world
By Tristan Labouret
By , 05 January 2023
05 Jan 2023
On the up: Bachtrack’s Classical Music Statistics 2022
By Bachtrack
By , 22 December 2022
22 Dec 2022
Bachtrack top ten: Giacomo Puccini
By Mark Pullinger
By , 21 December 2022
21 Dec 2022
An alternative choral Christmas
By Hugh Morris
By , 16 December 2022
16 Dec 2022
Youthful fire in the Tokyo Philharmonic’s 2023 season
By Bachtrack
By , 15 December 2022
15 Dec 2022
Orchestras on-demand: the online world of Symphony.live
By Peter Quantrill
By , 14 December 2022
14 Dec 2022
Bucharest’s grand spectacle: the 2023 George Enescu Festival
By Bachtrack
By , 13 December 2022
13 Dec 2022
Tomáš Netopil: traversing 140 years of Czech music
By Gianmarco Segato
By , 10 December 2022
10 Dec 2022
England vs France – but with composers
By David Karlin
By , 02 December 2022
02 Dec 2022
Bachtrack top ten: César Franck
By Mark Pullinger
By , 01 December 2022
01 Dec 2022
Orchestras galore: the new season at Saffron Hall
By Bachtrack
By , 30 November 2022
30 Nov 2022
Screaming, singing, sulking: how schoolchildren influenced composers
By Elodie Olson-Coons
By , 30 November 2022
30 Nov 2022
Janine Jansen leads a feast of Stradivari at Cadogan Hall
By Bachtrack
By , 25 November 2022
25 Nov 2022
In the eye of the storm: Welsh National Opera’s Aidan Lang
By David Karlin
By , 25 November 2022
25 Nov 2022
From streaming to total immersion: Idagio’s Till Janczukowicz
By David Karlin
By , 24 November 2022
24 Nov 2022
The Dawn Has Risen: a playlist of Ukrainian music
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 22 November 2022
22 Nov 2022
Electric dreams: Sound Unwrapped 2023 at Kings Place
By Bachtrack
By , 16 November 2022
16 Nov 2022
“It should belong to all of us”: Detlev Glanert’s Prague Symphony
By David Grundy
By , 11 November 2022
11 Nov 2022
The ARTE opera season turns living rooms into opera houses
By Bachtrack
By , 09 November 2022
09 Nov 2022
The competition revealing the unsung wealth of Polish music
By Peter Quantrill
By , 08 November 2022
08 Nov 2022
Coming together: a playlist for the US Midterms
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 08 November 2022
08 Nov 2022
Lahav Shani: Digging deep in Rotterdam
By Cameron Kelsall
By , 07 November 2022
07 Nov 2022
Splendour and gold: Regents Opera prepares for new Ring cycle
By Stephen Pritchard
By , 06 November 2022
06 Nov 2022
Arts Council England funding: winners and losers in dance
By Graham Watts
By , 04 November 2022
04 Nov 2022
A mixed picture for orchestras as ACE moves focus outside London
By Jo Johnson
By , 04 November 2022
04 Nov 2022
Contemporary music sliced by Arts Council England’s knife
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 04 November 2022
04 Nov 2022
Arts Council England’s funding round: its impact on opera
By David Karlin
By , 02 November 2022
02 Nov 2022
Vimbayi Kaziboni: Music to change your life
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 24 October 2022
24 Oct 2022
Machine for Contacting the Dead: a playlist for Halloween
By Lawrence Dunn
By , 21 October 2022
21 Oct 2022
Jörg Widmann: my music develops a life of its own
By Michael Klier
By , 18 October 2022
18 Oct 2022
And the Indianapolis Violin winner is: Sirena Huang
By Cameron Kelsall
By , 14 October 2022
14 Oct 2022
Staging Górecki’s Sorrowful Songs
By Mark Pullinger
By , 12 October 2022
12 Oct 2022
Finding curiosity: DNO Opera Studio's Rosemary Joshua
By David Karlin
By , 11 October 2022
11 Oct 2022
Online opera for the hardcore: the Liceu's Valentí Oviedo
By David Karlin
By , 10 October 2022
10 Oct 2022
International flavours back on the menu at Cadogan Hall
By Bachtrack
By , 07 October 2022
07 Oct 2022
Impressions from the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis
By Cameron Kelsall
By , 06 October 2022
06 Oct 2022
Choreographer at the crossroads: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui lands in Geneva
By Laurine Mortha
By , 05 October 2022
05 Oct 2022
Bachtrack top ten: Ralph Vaughan Williams
By Mark Pullinger
By , 05 October 2022
05 Oct 2022
Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
By Mark Pullinger
By , 05 October 2022
05 Oct 2022
The power and the glory: Vaughan Williams, the transcendent symphonist
By Chris Garlick
By , 05 October 2022
05 Oct 2022
Fight or flight? Violinists on tackling The Lark Ascending
By Kevin W Ng
By , 05 October 2022
05 Oct 2022
The work of a lifetime: The Pilgrim’s Progress
By Roy Westbrook