2nd April: Alexander Goehr’s Music, Tine Thing Helseth and the first interactive classical performance

Tuesday 2nd April 2013


A Guide to Alexander Goehr’s Music

Without Goehr’s appreciation of history, musical modernism would have taken even longer to reach Britain than it did.


The Telegraph

Tine Thing Helseth, trumpet player interview: ‘I was a crazy Spice Girls fan’

Norwegian trumpet virtuoso Tine Thing Helseth tells Adam Sweeting how she plays everything from Bach to the Beach Boys, and looks at the strange rituals of classical music with an inquiring eye.



Musical app-recitation for concert accompanied by iPads

The first interactive classical performance aims to attract a younger digital-savvy audience.



Gramophone on the big screen

The magazine makes an appearance in A Late Quartet, released in UK cinemas this Friday, April 5


Classic FM online

Rachmaninov and video games triumph in Classic FM Hall of Fame

Scores to video games have pushed Mozart and BeethovenĀ out of the top 5 of the 2013 Classic FM Hall of Fame, while Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 holds firm at no. 1.


Planet Hugill

Sunken Garden teaser

English National Opera is giving the premiere of Michel van der Aa’s new opera Sunken Garden at the Barbican Centre on 12 April 2013.