I suppose the only way to avoid being misunderstood in print is to avoid writing anything at all.
As Kings Place prepares for its fourth festival, its founder reflects on the highs and lows of the launching a new arts space
The Arts Desk
BBC Proms: Missa Solemnis, LSO, Davis
Sir Colin Davis: his Beethoven speaks of many decades of exploration and understanding
Top classical picks for autumn
The Leipzig Gewandhaus descend on London for all nine Beethoven symphonies, ENO goes French baroque with Castor and Pollux, and Glasgow gets minimal
Los Angeles Times
Music review: Juanjo Mena and Labeques at the Hollywood Bowl
There is a moment in Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos, which Katia and Marielle Labèque played at the Hollywood Bowl Thursday night, that is stunningly other.
Radio 3 is getting out of tune with its audience
The row over the new schedules shows how the station is edging ever nearer to the comfortable banality of Classic FM.
Is there a cure for being tone deaf?
After a lifetime of mangling tunes, Sathnam Sanghera sought advice. Is he actually tone deaf and is there a cure?