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Articles categorised as "Music"

Ready, Set, Go: Principal Violist Andriy Viytovych leads the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House in a musical marathon

22 May 2015

The ROH’s Principal Violist will perform three major concertos back-to-back to raise money for homelessness charity St. Mungo’s Broadway.

Applications for Composer-in-Residence are now open

20 May 2015

Run in conjunction with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the studentship offers the chance to stage work at the Royal Opera House.

Recommended recordings: May 2015

1 May 2015

This month the focus falls on our favourite DVD and CD recordings featuring Antonio Pappano, Music Director of The Royal Opera.

Baton bashing: When videogame music and classical music come together

30 April 2015

From Tetris and Mario Bros. to Call of Duty and Bioshock, videogames have long used classical music to soundtrack on-screen adventures.

Listen: Georg Friedrich Haas on opera as collaboration

24 April 2015

The Austrian composer of ATTHIS and Morgen und Abend introduces his music.

Director Netia Jones on ATTHIS - 'Darkness and light are instruments'

22 April 2015

The multimedia designer and director discusses the immersive music of Georg Friedrich Haas and how her staging can enhance the listening experience.

More than Technique: The hyper-relevant music of Georg Friedrich Haas

20 April 2015

At a time when writers of mainstream music seem to shy away from political comment, the Austrian composer is creating work that pushes boundaries.

Your Reaction: King Size 2015

17 April 2015

What did you think of Christoph Marthaler's witty evening of song, featuring tunes by artists as diverse as Robert Schumann and The Kinks?

Recommended recordings: April 2015

17 April 2015

This month the focus falls on a new album from Diana Damrau, a reissue from Leonard Bernstein and a must-hear, Orpheus-inspired Baroque compilation.

Theatre Essentials: King Size

17 April 2015

Our quick guide to Christoph Marthaler's inspired reimagining of the Liederabend.

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