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Musicians today have little problem moving between period and modern performance styles
Robert Murray explores his long and intense relationship with Schubert's Die Schöne Müllerin
The Artistic Director of Gregynog has a very special Festival in store...
Announcing a new album of love songs for piano and a competition for composers
Harpist Olivia Jageurs introduces her ingenious project to help everyone understand the harp
Andrew Nethsingha introduces his new recording of Harvey's choral works with the Choir of St John's, Cambridge
Lakatos brings his ensemble to Kings Place as part of the Songlines Encounters festival on June 4
The violinist Roman Mints introduces his new album of Schnittke's complete music for violin and piano
Donald Fraser on the challenges of re-imagining the Piano Quintet and Sea Pictures
Frank Almond's 300-year-old Stradivarius has led quite a life... and was almost lost forever in an armed robbery

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