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Violinist Roman Mints describes how an early encounter with a Hindemith sonata made him the musician he is today
Pianist Clare Hammond describes the challenges of reviving Mysliveček’s lost keyboard concerto
A special piano-dominated playlist for Piano Day: piano concertos by Liszt and Chopin, songs by Brahms and Schubert, Shostakovich's Piano Quintet, Elgar's Violin Sonata, plus music ancient and modern from Renaud Capuçon
Fretwork, and their new album marking Michael Nyman's 75th birthday
Vladimir Jurowski conducts Rachmaninov, Felix Klieser plays Mozart and Stéphane Degout sings Fauré. New music comes from Nigel Westlake, David Fennessy, Danny Elfman and Colin Matthews
Three all-Tchaikovsky programmes at Cadogan Hall from Gergiev’s Mariinsky Orchestra deliver mixed results, writes Sarah Kirkup
...plus, how you can help the AAM's project
A young composer reflects on where he finds his inspiration, and why live music is best
Andreas Ottensamer plays Weber, Giovanni Antonini conducts Haydn and Sir Mark Elder gives us Shostakovich's Fifth, plus Valentina Lisitsa's Tchaikovsky, Isabelle Faust's Bach and Berlioz from Melbourne
Véronique Gens sings Chausson, Debussy from the New York Phil, Massenet conducted by Neeme Järvi and Yevgeny Sudbin's Beethoven

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