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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
As one remarkable organisation shows, singing brings physical, mental and social benefits
Lise Davidsen's Richard Strauss Four Last Songs; Vivaldi from Delphine Galou; Jean-Efflam Bavouzet plays Mozart; Sakari Oramo conducts Sibelius, and pre-release tracks from Renée Fleming and Isata Kanneh-Mason
Alamire will be releasing its first album on the new specialist early music label, Inventa, under its parent company Resonus Classics. Here, the group’s director, David Skinner, talks about the project
Introducing Vol 2 of 'Beethoven Plus', where new music is inspired by Beethoven's Violin Sonatas
Sandrine Piau sings Berlioz; Anita Cerquetti's Tosca; Jolivet's Flute Concerto and Honegger's Second Symphony
Pavarotti had a unique place in the musical, and wider, world

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