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Recording Bach's Cantatas, with Masaaki Suzuki and Bach Collegium Japan

Masaaki Suzuki has finally completed his project to record the complete church cantatas of JS Bach. But what has been driving this quiet Japanese musician to tackle one of the greatest achievements in Western music? Lindsay Kemp travels to Kobe to find out
Recording Bach's The Art of Fugue, with Rachel Podger

Recording Bach's The Art of Fugue, with Rachel Podger

Bach’s Art of Fugue may be an intellectual work but, as violinist Rachel Podger tells Peter Quantrill, it has wit and humanity too
Recording Bach's The Art of Fugue, with Angela Hewitt

Recording Bach's The Art of Fugue, with Angela Hewitt

Philip Clark meets the Canadian pianist at her home in north London to journey into the much misunderstood musical maze that is Bach’s The Art of Fugue
Video: Rostropovich remembered

Video: Rostropovich remembered by Steven Isserlis, Elena Rostropovich and James Jolly

A unique insight into the life of the great cellist
My favourite Monteverdi moment... featuring Sir John Eliot Gardiner

My favourite Monteverdi moment...

David Vickers speaks to leading musicians about their favourite moments from Monteverdi's works
Alleluias: a specialist's guide

Alleluias: a specialist's guide

For many people, the term ‘alleluia’ brings to mind the eponymous Handel chorus, but, as Peter Quantrill argues, there are many and varied examples of the genre through the ages and into the 21st century
Music for Holy Week: a specialist's guide

Music for Holy Week: a specialist's guide

Edward Breen draws on the vast musical repertoire associated with the week just before Easter, resulting in a fascinating and varied selection encompassing pieces by composers from Thomas Tallis to John Adams
Balanchine: the choreographer who put the music first

Balanchine: the choreographer who put the music first

A Balanchine ballet will change forever how you hear a score you thought you knew. As 'Jewels' returns to the Royal Opera House, Sarah Kirkup explores the choreographer’s unique musical outlook
Contemporary composer: Julian Anderson

Contemporary composer: Julian Anderson

Peter Quantrill pays tribute to the Award-winning composer whose music ‘has a sure sense of its place in the world’

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