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Video of the day: Mao Fujita dazzles at the Tchaikovsky Competition

Video of the day: Mao Fujita dazzles at the Tchaikovsky Competition

This year's Tchaikovsky Competition is in full flight, and Mao Fujita has made it to the piano finals
François-Xavier Roth & Les Siècles: making waves in French music

François-Xavier Roth & Les Siècles: making waves in French music

Following scintillating recordings of La mer and Daphnis et Chloé with his experimental Les Siècles, late last year conductor François-Xavier Roth released an all-Debussy disc featuring seminal works which, as he tells Mark Pullinger, marked a new era in music

The best new classical albums: July 2019

Editor Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews
 A Ring from Hong Kong to take on the world

A Ring from Hong Kong to take on the world

Raised eyebrows initially greeted Naxos’s Ring cycle, but Jaap van Zweden’s Hong Kong forces have proved their mettle, writes Hugo Shirley
Video of the day: Víkingur Ólafsson plays Bach

Video of the day: Víkingur Ólafsson plays Bach

Víkingur Ólafsson plays Bach's Prelude and Fugue in E minor BWV 855 in the Yellow Lounge
Hector Berlioz: music's great revolutionary

Hector Berlioz: music's great revolutionary

Tim Ashley is joined by four great advocates of the composer to celebrate the self-taught, revolutionary musician whose eccentric genius is only now being fully recognised
Video of the day: Hugo Ticciati plays Bach's 'Ciaccona' from Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

Video of the day: Hugo Ticciati plays Bach's 'Ciaccona' from Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

A beautifully produced time-lapse film of an acorn growing over 8 months accompanies Ticciati's performance
Video: preview of David Lang's 'prisoner of the state'

Video: preview of David Lang's 'prisoner of the state'

Eric Owens sings 'Gold' from Lang's upcoming operatic retelling of Beethoven's Fidelio
The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’

The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’

Since 1979, founder-conductor Harry Christophers has never lost sight of The Sixteen’s mission to bring choral music to the wider public with uninhibited passion, he tells Lindsay Kemp

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