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Everyone loves a musician who’s good to watch, but is a conductor who plays to the crowd being generous or disingenuous?
Shouldn’t we be talking about how riveting and, yes, stressful great art can be? Now that would make a change…
The strike’s off but the blame game at English National Opera continues – and there’s a new villain on the stage. Or rather, 15,000 of them…
Might the distinctive orchestral sound we associate with 007 have its origins in the music of a Hungarian composer and pianist?
A new waterfront concert hall could at last put the illustrious orchestra of Norway’s capital back in the limelight
Carl Nielsen is remembered in Denmark this week, where he’s a national hero irrespective of his six symphonies
A conducting competition in Denmark offers invitations to conduct 27 orchestras and the Vienna Phil to the winner – a priceless prize, if the right person wins
One night in 2013, women sang in public in Iran for the first time in 34 years – will it prove the start of something?
A small town in Finland has a serious new concert complex and a serious new music festival; the creativity of children is hard-wired into both
History was made in Helsinki on Monday, but remarkable things happened on Friday, Sunday and Tuesday too

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