Blogs

Tue Apr 10, 2018
Harpsichordist and music technologist Robin Bigwood decides whether Bach would be a fan of the synthesizer
Mon Mar 05, 2018
Dr Anna Maria Barry tells the story of the enigmatic soprano
Mon Mar 05, 2018
Conductor Andrew Griffiths tells the stories behind the infamous London pub
Thu Mar 01, 2018
The piece celebrates the friends and family of those living with breast cancer
Mon Feb 26, 2018
The conductor of the top vocal ensemble discusses how he is changing his approach to Holy Week this year
Fri Feb 23, 2018
Oliver Condy visits Yerevan for a festival celebrating Polish composer Penderecki’s 85th birthday
Tue Jan 23, 2018
MINIM-UK will make thousands of instruments digitally available for the very first time
Jeremy Pound
Submitted by Jeremy Pound
Thu Nov 23, 2017
We take part in the BPI's annual Nordoff Robbins classical music quiz
BBC Music Magazine blog
Submitted by Guest blogger
Thu Oct 19, 2017
The composer's musical fight for civil rights is the focus of an intriguing new digital exhibition, explains Anna Barry
Pianist Boris Giltburg
Submitted by Boris Giltburg
Mon Oct 09, 2017
Boris Giltburg takes us on a musical journey through one of the most exhilarating and intense works in the piano repertoire
Thu Sep 07, 2017
The star soprano Julie Dorus-Gras brushed shoulders with Donizetti and Meyerbeer, and created some of the best-known grand opera roles in history...
Wed Jul 26, 2017
Sight-reading is a skill for which British musicians are renowned and envied the world over. But, suggests Benjamin Goodson, this remarkable talent may be doing our music scene more harm than good.
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