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Under Robin Ticciati the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is exploring unfamiliar Romantic paths
Performing transcriptions of the Suites was key to pursuing a career as a viola player
The fifth blog celebrating the composer’s centenary describes two contrasting performances of the Concerto for Orchestra
The Royal Opera House Student Standby scheme attracted crowds of under-30s to its recent performance of Tosca
Whether performing well-known works or premiering new compositions, good psychological preparation is very important
Composing Breaking Silence for percussion ensemble O Duo has been a long, but rewarding process
Why you should vote for Kondrashin to join the Gramophone Hall of Fame
A Belgian institution for the training of exceptionally gifted young musicians
Graphic notation still has an important part to play at the forefront of new music
Andriessen, Turnage and Tavener - and audiences - all suffer from a lack of repeat performances

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