Roch Modrzejewski: Opera’s guitar hero
With his virtuosic new recording of opera tunes, Poland’s Roch Modrzejewski has revived a much-neglected corner of the guitar repertoire, says John Allison.
Interview, Neeme Järvi, conductor
The music director known for his improvisatory approach is a ‘man of 100 projects’.
Classical music, colours and emotions linked
What colour is Mozart’s Requiem? A new study has confirmed a link between emotion, classical music, and colour.
National Portrait Gallery appoints choir in residence
Classic FM’s Sam Pittis talks to artistic director Gregory Batsleer about this “exciting new venture for choral music”.
Andris Nelsons named Boston Symphony Orchestra music director
At the age of 34, the conductor is the youngest music director of the prestigious orchestra in over 100 years.
HRH The Prince of Wales launches new Royal College of Music Award
The President’s Award recognises a student’s outstanding work in the community.
June in the Barbican opens with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama’s contribution to Britten 100 with a performance of Britten’s Owen Wingrave directed by Kelly Robinson.