What does a £2,500 record sound like?
Audiophile Pete Hutchison has gone to extraordinary lengths to reissue golden era classical recordings in their purest form.
Fervor: Remembering Lorraine Hunt Lieberson
Ahead of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s Tribute to Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, we reprint Alex Ross’s essay about the much missed great US singer.
A night at the country-house opera
Telegraph opera critic Rupert Christiansen on the highs and lows of a summer spent haring between Glyndebourne, Grange Park and Garsington.
London Symphony Orchestra takes Grande One for charity
Members of the London Symphony Orchestra are joining forces with a host of musicians including guitarist Miloš Karadaglić, tenor Wynne Evans, and Mark Bedford from Madness to raise money for Children in Crossfire.
Eric Whitacre: Virtual Choir 4 to be “bigger and better” than ever
The social media-savvy composer has taken to Facebook to ask his fans for video submissions – showing off his Grammy Award to sweeten the deal.
Lord Mayor of London launches City Music Foundation
The Lord Mayor of London has set up a new fund to provide support to musicians at the start of their professional careers.
Looking for young talent – BBC Young Musician 2014
BBC Young Musician has launched its search for young musical talent for the 2014 competition which culminates in a final at the Usher Hall, Edinburgh on 18 May 2014.