In today’s news: music lessons have become increasingly harder to access in schools, and Urban Development has announced today (March 27) that it has secured nearly £600,000 in funding for 2017/18. Dozens of musicians from across the south have completed a unique orchestral decathlon and an interview with Christian Poltéra, Tetzlaff Quartett compares pieces from Schubert and Haydn, and Konstantin Wecker explores the history of seven songs from Puccini and Orff to Hannes Wader and Billy Joel.
Music lessons have become increasingly harder to access in schools. To enable more children to learn, we must stop teaching in such an academic way
Over a career of nearly seventy years, from 1887 until his retirement in 1954, he came to dominate the musical scene like no-one else.
Urban Development has announced today (March 27) that it has secured nearly £600,000 in funding for 2017/18.
Dozens of musicians from across the south have completed a unique orchestral decathlon – ten well known pieces of classical music performed in one day, all for Comic Relief.
Christian Poltéra über sein Stradivari-Cello, seinen prominenten Lehrer – und über sein erstes Konzert nach nur sieben Unterrichtsstunden
Franz Schuberts Kammermusik lässt mitunter frösteln. Doch auch Joseph Haydn lädt nicht immer zum Kuscheln ein. Das Tetzlaff Quartett stellt beide gegenüber und produziert wohlige Gänsehaut.
Für den Liedermacher Konstantin Wecker war Musik von Puccini und Orff mindestens so wichtig wie von Hannes Wader, Mercedes Sosa und Billy Joel. Zu sieben Songs gibt es eine Geschichte.
A viola student from Birmingham Conservatoire is trying to break the world record for the fastest half marathon dressed as a musical instrument.
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Composer and author Jace Clayton is an artist in tireless pursuit of sonic inspiration.
František Brikcius @Brikcius Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich (27 March 1927 – 27 April 2007) was born 90 years ago https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hij2rMYzcU …
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