Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music.
Nicola Benedetti talks to Adam Sweeting about Vespas, Vivaldi, and her Italian roots
Beethoven, Arthur Conan Doyle and Kafka are among many artists who gave clear instructions that some work should not be published. They were ignored. Peter Stanford comments.
A disturbing exploration of incest and its impact, Bluthaus deserves a life beyond Schwetzingen and Bonn, writes Shirley Apthorp.
Specifically, they are inviting anyone to submit a remix of their recording of the first movement of Mahler’s first symphony. Norman Lebrecht wonders why.
Goerner’s Liszt combined wonderful finesse alongside passages where the tension dropped. But perhaps his heart wasn’t in it, writes Andrew Clements.