Ailie Robertson describes her musical aesthetic, the influence of folk music on her compositions and her research into the harp.
Arts organisations like Glyndebourne need to stop desperately holding on to outdated traditions and be glad that their audience is there, whatever they wear.
Lutoslawski’s cello concerto was written a time of great political unrest in Poland and is often analysed in that context. Is it right to assume that these influences have such an important effect on the music?
Mark Wigglesworth resigned from English National Opera yesterday in the latest blow to the company’s fortunes.
Composer John Adams was presented with a Honorary Doctorate by the Royal Academy of Music on Monday 26 October.
Since graduating two years ago I’ve encountered that age old dilemma that plagues arts graduates once or twice – should I do an unpaid internship?
Contemporary composers James MacMillan and Mark Anthony-Turnage were among those honoured by the Queen yesterday.
Not all orchestras are the same, not all audiences are the same. Last night at a traditional pub in Shadwell, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s (OAE) marketing rang true.