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Concert Reviews

short description Orchestra of the Capella/Matthew Taylor in Saint Petersburg – William Alwyn & David Matthews – Efi Christodoulou plays Taylor world premiere [British Music Festival]
short description BBC Symphony Orchestra Maida Vale Studio Concert – Garry Walker conducts Sally Beamish's A Cage of Doves, Matthew Taylor's Viola Concerto (with Sarah-Jane Bradley), Malcolm Hayes's Byzantium and Liza Lim's Flying Banner
short description BBC Symphony Orchestra/Long Yu with Li-Wei Qin – Cockaigne, Reflet d’un temps disparu, The London Citizen Exceedingly Injured, Haydn’s London Symphony
short description Queen’s Medal for Music Gala Concert – LSO/Robin Ticciati – Enigma Variations – Maxim Vengerov plays Tchaikovsky
short description BBC Symphony Orchestra/Jakub Hrůša – The Cunning Little Vixen & Scheherazade – James Crabb plays The Tiniest House of Time
short description An Orkney Symphony – The Magnetic North at Purcell Room
short description The Lighthouse [English Touring Opera at Linbury Studio Theatre]
short description Royal Liverpool Philharmonic/Vasily Petrenko – Ninth Symphonies by Peter Maxwell Davies & Beethoven
short description Graham Fitkin & London Chamber Orchestra at Cadogan Hall – Track to Track
short description Nash Inventions at Wigmore Hall

BBC Proms Reviews

short description Proms at ... Wilton’s Music Hall – songbirdsongs ... Molly's Song 3 ... Eight Songs for a Mad King
short description Prom 4: Staatskapelle Berlin/Daniel Barenboim – Elgar Symphony 2 – UK premiere of Harrison Birtwistle’s Deep Time
short description Proms Chamber Music 7: Armida Quartett, Lise Berthaud, David Saudubray – Schubert D703, Sally Beamish, Mozart K515
short description Prom 56: CBeebies I
short description Prom 41 – Hallé/Mark Elder with Leonard Elschenbroich, Alice Coote & Gregory Kunde – King Lear, Berceuse for Dresden, Das Lied von der Erde; Composers in Conversation: Colin Matthews
short description Prom 33: BBC Philharmonic/Juanjo Mena – Mark Simpson’s Israfel, Max's Sir Charles his Pavan & Elgar 1 – Johannes Moser plays Dutilleux’s Tout un monde lointain
short description Prom 45: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Charles Dutoit – Debussy’s Petite Suite & Shostakovich 15 – Elisabeth Leonskaja plays Mozart K482
short description Prom 70: Peter Maxwell Davies at 80 – Scottish Chamber Orchestra/Ben Gernon with Dimitri Ashkenazy & Robert Jordan – Ebb of Winter, Strathclyde Concerto 4, An Orkney Wedding
short description PSM4: Harrison Birtwistle – Verses for Ensembles, Dinah and Nick’s Love Song, Meridian – Birmingham Contemporary Music Group/Oliver Knussen with Hilary Summers and Exaudi
short description PSM3: Peter Maxwell Davies – Linguae ignis, Revelation and Fall, A Mirror of Whitening Light – London Sinfonietta/Sian Edwards with Tim Gill and Rebecca Bottone

CD Reviews

short description State of the Nation 2001
short description Magnus Lindberg
short description John Adams - El Nino
short description Hugh Wood
short description Who is afraid of 20th Century music?
short description Jeremiah & Age of Anxiety
short description Birtwistle Refains and Choruses

Features & Interviews

short description Edward Downes 1924-2009
short description Eight Songs for Aladdin Sane: Peter Maxwell Davies and David Bowie – Can those boys foxtrot!
short description Kings Place at King’s Cross
short description A Case For Classical Music, Old & New – Sir Peter Maxwell Davies
short description Sir Charles Mackerras at 80 – Congratulations!
short description Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
short description Fraser Trainer (Proms 2005 – Week 3)
short description Denis Vaughan CAARE
short description Will Serious Music Become Extinct? – Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’s Royal Philharmonic Society Lecture 2005
short description Feature Review: Max – A Mirror of Whitening Light / To the Max!

Classical News

Sir Antonio Pappano
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group celebrates its 30th anniversary with a month of concerts in September
St John's Smith Square announces its 2017/18 Season
The Queen's Medal for Music 2016 / Nicola Benedetti
BBC Singers announce Sofi Jeannin as new Chief Conductor
Oliver Knussen CBE awarded the ISM’s Distinguished Musician Award 2016
The Guildhall School of Music & Drama announces its summer 2017 season
Edinburgh International Festival 2017 Programme Announced
Liverpool Philharmonic is delighted to announce 22-year-old Liverpool-born Richard Miller as the winner of its second, annual Christopher Brooks Composition Prize in association with The Rushworth Foundation
MAX: A CELEBRATION – Official memorial for Sir Peter Maxwell Davies to take place at St John’s Smith Square on 27 June, including a Maxwell Davies world premiere
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