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An online Beethovenathon: all nine symphonies across Europe in one day

An all-day Beethoven experience European style with both highs and lows: much diversity revealed and exploited but of variable quality.

The rewards and regrets of getting lost in Prototype’s digital salon

The production has everything going for it: strong material and smooth web design make for a seamless and enjoyable presentation. But the sum of the parts don’t quite make a whole.

Icy worlds collide in Scottish Ballet's euphoric Secret Theatre

Jess and Morgs continue to break the mould of tired dance films by directing their first full-length feature, which offers much more than just a different way of presenting dance.

Klaus Mäkelä conducts freshly minted Sibelius in Oslo

Klaus Mäkelä and the Oslo Philharmonic celebrate Sibelius’ 155th anniversary in a programme containing lively Kodály, dreamy Debussy and ethereal Gupta.

New Adventures takes to the screen for Adventures in Film

An excellent initiative from New Adventures to commission new storytelling dance films by female choreographers.

A labour of love and determination: L’Enfant et les sortilèges

Virtual Opera made real as Ravel's miniature masterpiece is recorded remotely around the world and melded with Leanne Vandenbussche’s picture-book drawings and the London Philharmonic Orchestra's soundtrack to create magic.