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From infatuation to inspiration: Josef Kotek and Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto

By , 11 January 2018
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Roll over Beethoven: The Bachtrack classical music statistics are out

By , 09 January 2018
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“They’re not victims!”: Lisette Oropesa on Donizetti’s heroines

By , 08 January 2018
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“A god for us baritones”: Dimitri Platanias on singing Verdi

By , 05 January 2018
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In at the deep end: Anita Rachvelishvili on Milan, Carmen and taking on Verdi's mezzo roles

By , 02 January 2018
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The young face of LA Opera: Matthew Aucoin

By , 01 January 2018
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Opera on the West Coast: four company leaders tell us the state of their art

By , 01 January 2018
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Tannhäuser, Tristan and Der Ring in Budapest: Ádám Fischer talks Wagner

By , 27 December 2017
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Finding violin virtuosi of the future: Glen Kwok on the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis

By , 22 December 2017
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Users of Bachtrack At Home: “sphericon”

By , 21 December 2017
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The young take the high ground at Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad

By , 21 December 2017
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Interpreting Joy: The At Home Guide to Beethoven’s Ninth

By , 20 December 2017
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“Earth shattering”: Matthew Kofi Waldren on Verdi's Requiem

By , 19 December 2017
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George Marriner Maull on the educational legacy of Bernstein

By , 18 December 2017
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Carnegie Hall “Links Up” the concert hall and the classroom

By , 15 December 2017
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“The repertoire picked me!”: Bryan Hymel on casting, seizing the day and doing the verismo double

By , 14 December 2017
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Users of Bachtrack At Home: “Jack Steinbeck”

By , 13 December 2017
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The Educational Project at the Liceu: A stepping stone for the future

By , 12 December 2017
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Ostriches and a Ring with a happy ending: Music education at the Vienna State Opera

By , 11 December 2017
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Eternally curious: An interview with Matthew Kofi Waldren

By , 11 December 2017
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