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Whether you're seeking tomorrow's stars or just after great music-making, they're worth watching
A young writer reflects on how he discovered music, and praises the organisations inspiring new audiences today
One violinist wants to ensure the opportunities a music charity gave her are available to others
Ron Howard's film shines a light on one of the 20th century’s most compelling artists
James Jolly's weekly playlist includes Maxim Vengerov playing Qigang Chen, Brigitte Fassbaender singing Strauss and Reinhard Goebel directing Handel, plus pre-release tracks from Semyon Bychkov and Miloš Karadaglić
The symphonies of US composers Hanson, Creston and Hovhaness should be much better known
Christopher Monks reflects on the challenges of performing and recording the 40- and 60-part works of Striggio and Tallis
Jessye Norman sings Wagner, Karl Leister plays Spohr, Sigvards Klava conducts Tchaikovsky choral music and Hugo Ticciati revisits Dido's Lament
Composer Nimrod Borenstein offers an introduction to writing for this most beguiling of instruments
Riccardo Chailly conducts Nino Rota, Susanna Mälkki conducts Bartók and Sakari Oramo conducts Arensky plus Bach on the guitar, Howells’s Cello Concerto and a striking Piano Sonata by Stewart Goodyear

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