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From Yorkshire to Spitalfields, the RPS Awards reminded us of music's impact and relevance
A feast of French music - Gounod, Ravel, Caplet and Roussel as well as Beethoven's Emperor, Brahms's First Violin Sonata and Rachmaninov's Second Piano Sonata - from a very fine young pianist
Concertos by Crusell and Mozart, as well as a symphony by Arvo Pärt and a piano sonata by Beethoven. Music by Jake Heggie and Morten Lauridsen and, reaching back into time, by John Jenkins, Francesco Feo and Leopold Koželuch
Why is participatory music-making too often reduced to the role of classical music's worthy cousin?
Haydn’s Clock from Thomas Fey and his Trumpet Concerto played by Manuel Blanco, Nicholas Phan sings Fauré plus string quartets by Beethoven and Elena Ruehr. Taster tracks of Emmanuel Pahud, Philippe Jaroussky, Yeol Eum Son and a Brahms song arrangement
The Malko Competition in Copenhagen is throwing up plenty of surprises this week, but reminding us of some irrevocable truths too
Violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing celebrates a forgotten – but intrinsically Nordic – concerto, 100 years on
James Jolly's weekly playlist including magnificent Shostakovich from Anderszewski and the Belcea Quartet, Pleyel with a quartet of great wind players and music by Louise Ferrenc
BBC documentary viewable online after 25 years

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