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Do today's successful operatic compositions really explore human emotion?
A disc of Schubert, Bach and Liszt holds much personal significance
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

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