German Nazi-themed opera cancelled after deluge of complaints
Production of Richard Wagner’s Tannhäuser leaves some in audience so traumatised they have to seek medical help.
The early-20th century composer, York Bowen, once dubbed the English Rachmaninov, is returning to remarkable favour after decades of neglect, says John Allison.
Angela Gheorghiu on Baroque music and Beyoncé
Buying a London taxi like Pavarotti, discovering the best of pop music and jazz, and explaining the differences between playing opera roles and giving recitals, we caught up with the incredible Angela Gheorghiu on one of her few days off.
Dacapo records New York Philharmonic composers
A new partnership will see Dacapo record works by composers who have served as the New York Phil’s composer-in-residence.
Consortium to trial ways of encouraging audiences to support new commissions
A consortium of music organisations has been awarded Arts Council funding for a project which will examine the public’s appetite for funding new music commissions.
London Festival of Contemporary Church Music
The London Festival of Contemporary Church Music runs from 11 to 19 May 2013 in a variety of locations in and around London.