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This interview with Paavo Järvi took place in London on 10 January 2019 IntroductionFrance is not widely known for much, if any, enthusiasm for the music of Jean Sibelius. The...
The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #9: Die Walküre Who wrote...
Colin Anderson Bumping into Hector, first-time. I know where I was (on the floor in front of my dad’s radiogram, music bug already bitten very deep) and I know what...
Saturday, March 02, 2019, Barbican Centre Cinema 1 and Fountain Room; Milton Court Concert Hall; St Giles Cripplegate Another full Saturday devoted to contemporary music at the Barbican Centre, courtesy...
The career of German lyric-dramatic soprano Hilde Zadek, who has died at the age of 101, flourished in the years after World War Two, particularly in Vienna where she was...
The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #8: La Fille du régiment...
For much of her career Wilma Lipp exemplified a particular type of light- and bright-voiced soprano equally at home in classical opera but also in the operetta tradition of her...
The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #7: Carmen Who wrote it?...
Published 14 January 2019 Theo (Theodore) Adam was a bass singer best known for his operatic performances in the works of Richard Wagner, but also as an accomplished oratorio participant....
Published 10 January 2019 When John Joubert passed away this week (on January 7) at the age of ninety-one, he left behind a vast body of work, reaching to nearly...
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