The Huffington Post
Changing statistics on classical music listeners
Happily, the arrows are still flying and the roster of musical matchups keeps growing. For this Valentine’s Day, NPR offer a few contemporary couples making beautiful music.
Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Frank Almond reunited with his 1715 Lipinski Stradivarius, performs with pianist William Wolfram at Wilson Center for the Arts. Monday’s performance was Almond’s first with the violin since it was recovered.
Classic FM Online
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales tells of his love of classical music and, specifically, Hubert Parry.
Why is opera routinely styled as the antithesis of everyday life? Let’s change the conversation and focus on the real thing, says Alexandra Wilson
Mamoru Samuragochi, who admitted paying professor to write symphonies, says he has regained some of his hearing
Opera is waking up to the power of video. For his new production of Don Giovanni, the Royal Opera House’s Kasper Holten collaborated with a designer who turned U2 tours and the 2012 Olympics into visual spectaculars. Stuart Jeffries goes behind the screens
All-round musician Bryce Dessner shares insight ahead of his Perth Festival classical gig.