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We asked five musicians taking part in the Barbican’s Sound Unbound festival to create a playlist for a newcomer to classical music. Pianist Jeremy Denk goes directly for the jugular – ‘let’s not start with the mistaken notion that classical music is polite, safe or pretty’
Listening to Ethel Smyth's The Wreckers at Bard, I thought, as many have thought before me, of Peter Grimes. The coastal village setting, the counterpoint of church hymns and solo voices, the massed choruses of suspicion and rage, the ostracizing...
He is due to perform JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations at the Proms, but is András Schiff playing the wrong instrument in the wrong hall to the wrong audience? Here he argues against his most infernal critic.
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