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By , 30 January 2023
30 Jan 2023
Tár shines a light on orchestral life in Germany
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 , 10 December 2022
10 Dec 2022
England vs France – but with composers
By David Karlin
By , 30 November 2022
30 Nov 2022
Screaming, singing, sulking: how schoolchildren influenced composers
By Elodie Olson-Coons
By , 14 October 2022
14 Oct 2022
Staging Górecki’s Sorrowful Songs
By Mark Pullinger
By , 07 October 2022
07 Oct 2022
Impressions from the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis
By Cameron Kelsall
By , 15 September 2022
15 Sep 2022
Between sea and lake: the 2022 International Edvard Grieg Piano Competition
By Alain Lompech
By , 08 September 2022
08 Sep 2022
Exploring Budapest’s music venues with Liszt Fest 2022
By David Karlin
By , 05 August 2022
05 Aug 2022
July at Bachtrack: English reviews highlights
By Bachtrack
By , 08 July 2022
08 Jul 2022
June at Bachtrack: English reviews highlights
By Bachtrack
By , 27 June 2022
27 Jun 2022
CMIM 2022: Joyful energy and extraordinary talent
By Elena Luporini
By , 24 June 2022
24 Jun 2022
Summer 2022 in France: 15 festivals to tempt you
By Tristan Labouret
By , 22 June 2022
22 Jun 2022
Sugar-coating the sinister: ETA Hoffmann at the ballet
By Jenifer Sarver
By , 22 June 2022
22 Jun 2022
Master of the fantastical: the life and work of ETA Hoffmann
By Alexandra Richter
By , 22 June 2022
22 Jun 2022
Drunk on love and wine: Jacques Offenbach's Les Contes d’Hoffmann
By Elodie Olson-Coons
By , 10 June 2022
10 Jun 2022
May at Bachtrack: English reviews highlights
By Bachtrack
By , 27 May 2022
27 May 2022
Discover Estonia: Music festivals in unusual places
By Kurt Gottschalk
By , 06 May 2022
06 May 2022
April at Bachtrack: English reviews highlights
By Bachtrack
By , 08 April 2022
08 Apr 2022
Six contemporary women composers in Estonia
By Kevin W Ng
By , 06 April 2022
06 Apr 2022
The Kyiv Soloists: music-making for peace
By Zenaida des Aubris
By , 15 March 2022
15 Mar 2022
Springtime in Barcelona, an entwining of extraordinary voices
By Juan José Freijo
By , 10 March 2022
10 Mar 2022
Hungarian State Opera: the rebirth of a giant
By George Jahn
By , 04 March 2022
04 Mar 2022
February at Bachtrack: English reviews highlights
By Bachtrack
By , 25 February 2022
25 Feb 2022
Má vlast: freedom, resilience and Czech identity
By Cameron Kelsall
By , 11 February 2022
11 Feb 2022
Barcelona Obertura Spring Festival: a feast for the senses
By Stephen Pritchard
By , 03 December 2021
03 Dec 2021
A pact of happiness with nature: the new Penderecki's Garden website
By Laura Volpi
By , 26 November 2021
26 Nov 2021
Christmas in Barcelona: love, food and culture
By Aina Vega Rofes
By , 19 November 2021
19 Nov 2021
The many faces of Barcelona: three architecture walks
By Laura Volpi
By , 08 November 2021
08 Nov 2021
History, Music, Nature: first impressions of Estonia
By David Karlin
By , 05 November 2021
05 Nov 2021
New organ in Gothenburg inaugurated with concerto premiere
By Morwenna Campbell-Smith
By , 18 October 2021
18 Oct 2021
José Soares wins the Tokyo Competition for Conducting
By Nahoko Gotoh
By , 29 September 2021
29 Sep 2021
The ABC of a young violinist: J is for Jobs in summer
By Pierre Liscia-Beaurenaut
By , 17 September 2021
17 Sep 2021
Impostor turned imp: Gianni Schicchi in Dante and Puccini
By Isabella Steppan
By , 15 September 2021
15 Sep 2021
Prelude to a kiss: Rachmaninov’s Francesca da Rimini
By Mark Pullinger
By , 14 September 2021
14 Sep 2021
From darkness into light: the life and work of Dante Alighieri
By Alexandra Richter
By , 09 August 2021
09 Aug 2021
Sculpted Prague: a walk through art and history in the Czech capital
By Frank Kuznik
By , 09 August 2021
09 Aug 2021
One day in Prague: going off the beaten track
By Frank Kuznik
By , 09 July 2021
09 Jul 2021
The Siam Sinfonietta uses lockdown to film a homage to B horror movies
By Laura Volpi
By , 07 July 2021
07 Jul 2021
The ABC of a young violinist: I is for the Inner Game
By Pierre Liscia-Beaurenaut
By , 01 July 2021
01 Jul 2021
The music festival scene in Estonia
By Alexander Hall
By , 25 May 2021
25 May 2021
Su Yeon Kim wins the Concours Musical International de Montréal
By Cameron Kelsall
By , 06 May 2021
06 May 2021
Music without limits: the Bergen International Festival 2021
By Stephen Pritchard
By , 05 May 2021
05 May 2021
Retracing Bartók's footsteps: a statuesque world-tour
By Pierre Liscia-Beaurenaut
By , 29 April 2021
29 Apr 2021
From Hungary to the world: the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks
By Stephen Pritchard
By , 28 April 2021
28 Apr 2021
The ABC of a young violinist: H is for Haydn
By Pierre Liscia-Beaurenaut
By , 22 April 2021
22 Apr 2021
Choreographing Stravinsky: Balanchine and the Violin Concerto
By Ivy Lin
By , 15 April 2021
15 Apr 2021
Opera is back! What to expect in the UK in summer 2021
By David Karlin
By , 05 April 2021
05 Apr 2021
Stravinsky's music caresses Terpsichore
By Cintia Borges Carreras
By , 31 March 2021
31 Mar 2021
The ABC of a young violinist: G is for Groupie
By Pierre Liscia-Beaurenaut
By , 18 March 2021
18 Mar 2021
Audio streaming 3: follow the money
By David Karlin