Our privacy policy was last updated on Friday 25 May 2018View it hereDismiss
Bachtrack logo
Flag of United Kingdom

Composer: Arnold, Malcolm (1921-2006)

Fact file
Year of birth1921
Year of death2006
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
January 2019
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
31010203040506
07080910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031010203
04050607080910
Evening performance
Matinee performance
Upcoming eventsSee more...

GlasgowChamber Series: Brilliant Brass

Bach, Lauridsen, Dukas, Arnold
Chamber Ensemble from the RSNO

BambergKammerkonzert

Ibert, Barber, Arnold, Berio, Beethoven, Dvořák
Christoph Eß; Daniela Koch; Andrei Godik; Christoph Müller; Pierre Olivier Martens

LondonEnglish Sonatas

Francis Brown, Arnold, Bowen
Emma Halnan; Daniel King-Smith

St AlbansSt Albans Symphony Orchestra: Strictly Dancing and Mostly Movies

Strauss II, Prokofiev, Massenet, Márquez, Arnold, Williams, Herrmann, Morricone
St Albans Symphony Orchestra; Tom Hammond; Jennifer Wigram

Kings LynnAspects of England Concert

Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Arnold
Norfolk Symphony Orchestra
Latest reviewsSee more...

Soulful Advent music from the Scottish Ensemble with Sean Shibe

Sean Shibe © Kaupo Kikkos
The Scottish Ensemble with guitarist Sean Shibe perform a thoughtful programme of ancient and modern Christmas-themed music in a candlelit St John’s Kirk.
****1
Read more

The Palestine Youth Orchestra in Perth

Sian Edwards © Katie Vandyck
The Palestine Youth Orchestra on their first UK tour perform a lively mix of Western and Arabic music with passion and a strong humanitarian message in the programming.
****1
Read more

Mozart and the Brits in Sydney

Sydney Symphony Orchestra © Keith Saunders
Mozart and the Brits offered the chance to hear Britten and rarely performed Malcolm Arnold, courtesy of the Sydney Symphony. 
****1
Read more

Save room for seconds at Guildhall

Alison Rose (Miranda) and Robin Bailey (Monsieur) © Clive Barda
In this double bill, we get a violently enthusiastic little farce from Donizetti which, though fiery, is definitely not his best work; but next, we are treated to the revival of a brilliant, beautiful one-act opera by Malcolm Arnold. 
***11
Read more

A fitting close to the Proms season

Roderick Williams and Sakari Oramo © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Sakari Oramo takes the reins for his first Last Night of the Proms, alongside dazzling violinist Janine Jansen and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
****1
Read more