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Articles categorised as "Music"

The glass harmonica: the world's most dangerous instrument?

25 April 2016

Credited with unexplained deaths and mental breakdowns, how can 37 glass bowls cause so much chaos?

Opera and Music 2016/17

6 April 2016

Details of The Royal Opera’s 2016/17 Season have been announced.

Three new music staff to join the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme in September

30 March 2016

Three British conductors and répétiteurs were selected from a search spanning 20 countries worldwide.

Remembering Peter Maxwell Davies

14 March 2016

The English composer, a leading light in contemporary music, has died at the age of 81.

Andrea Quinn on female conductors: ‘The future looks bright’

8 March 2016

The ballet conductor reflects on her personal journey to the orchestra pit and leading a conducting workshop for women at the Royal Opera House.

Antonio Pappano and Joyce DiDonato win at the Grammy Awards 2016

16 February 2016

Duo awarded Best Classical Vocal Album for their live album Joyce and Tony: Live from Wigmore Hall.

Music Essentials: ‘The Mighty Handful’ Orchestral Concert

2 February 2016

Our quick introduction to these five influential Russian composers, this month celebrated in a concert with Antonio Pappano and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

Rachmaninoff's dark side: Can great artistry exist without the agony of perfectionism?

26 January 2016

Rachmaninoff’s music is adored the world over, but he was plagued with self-doubt.

Pet Shop Boys to perform four dates at the Royal Opera House in July 2016

21 January 2016

'Inner Sanctum' series of concerts will be the duo's only UK performances this year.

Remembering Pierre Boulez

6 January 2016

The great composer and conductor has died at the age of 90.

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