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A new work draws inspiration from the dialogue between Rauschenberg and Cage
Composer Andrew Smith explores the use of improvisation in his new work, Requiem
Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker and Pathetique Symphony could hardly be more different; yet you can’t understand one without the other, argues conductor David Bernard
Jens Elvekjaer, pianist of the Trio con Brio Copenhagen, offers six tips to aspiring competitors
Happy 80th, Yvonne Minton; high-class Finzi, Elgar and Vaughan Williams, and Schumann Lieder from Christian Gerhaher
Suzy Klein finds out - by making a record just as Elgar had done it
Fiddlers three: Nikolaj Znaider plays Mozart, Baiba Skride plays Eller and Nemanja Radulovic plays Khachaturian. Sheku Kanneh-Mason is In the Bleak Midwinter and Dudamel conducts The Nutcracker plus stunning pianism by Yuja Wang
James Jolly's weekly playlist includes symphonies by Mozart and Copland, Scriabin’s Piano Concerto and a cello concertino by Weinberg. Sophie Karthäuser sings Satie, Cecilia Bartoli sings Vivaldi and Till Fellner plays Beethoven
Genre-hopping can enrich players and audiences alike
Composer Adrian Sutton explores the creative process of moving from theatre stage to concert hall

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