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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
If we downplay opera’s theatrical priorities we rope it off into an even more moribund corner of our cultural discourse
How can we properly celebrate a composer of Sibelius’s breadth if we only ever programme his symphonies?

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