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Edgaras Montvidas on the debut recording of the opera Les Barbares by Saint-Saëns
The opera director on bringing Mozart's masterpiece up to date for a new audience
When our freedoms are challenged music reminds us of our deepest essence
The Radio 4 programme can too often reveal how lacking otherwise great minds can be when it comes to musical ambition
The classical concert hall is inherently undemocratic and needs a rethink, says Tania Holland Williams
Thomas Carroll, conductor of Orpheus Sinfonia and presenter of their new series Beneath The Score, discusses the importance of audience interaction
Why the Berkeley Ensemble have founded the New Cobbett Prize for composition
Each recording becomes part of an incredible and easily accessible library, more so than ever before
The good news is that there are a lot of composers out there. The bad news: much of their music will go unheard
Life, like music, isn't just about the beginning and the end, but the journey in between

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