23 May 2017
As the Shakespearean opera returns to the stage, Antonio Pappano reveals what makes the piece 'an Everest'.
18 May 2017
Why did Liszt abandon a life of wild excess to forge a radical (and risky) new path?
16 May 2017
This riveting and sonorous duet for two basses sees two great forces face-off for who shall have ultimate power.
25 April 2017
Top music videos prove that ballet can enrich a range of sounds and elevate songs to a whole new level.
27 March 2017
The opera about a heartbroken Japanese geisha will be conducted by Music Director of The Royal Opera Antonio Pappano and star Ermonela Jaho.
15 March 2017
Albanian soprano Ermonela Jaho discusses her upcoming role as Cio-Cio-San in Puccini’s beautiful opera.
'Full of imagination and pain and beauty': Exploring human relationships through dance in Woolf Works
9 February 2017
Wayne McGregor, Max Richter and Alessandra Ferri reveal the literary and human inspirations behind Woolf Works.
7 February 2017
The disparate music grouped together as ‘minimalism’ has inspired numerous dance works, and is more diverse than might initially be imagined.
30 January 2017
The Royal Ballet's celebrated choreographer chooses his music, book and luxury item on the iconic BBC Radio 4 programme.
29 January 2017
Now one of the world's most celebrated artists, the composer made ends meet with stints as a taxi driver and removal man.