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Articles tagged with "by Richard Gerard Jones"

Handel’s Oreste musical highlight: ‘Ah mia cara’

2 November 2016

This gorgeous duet may be recycled from an earlier work, but if anything that only shows what great taste its composer had.

Young Artist Profile: Colin J. Scott – ‘I don’t believe in the idea that some forms of music are superior to others’

4 May 2016

Even after cutting his teeth in a wild ceilidh band, the Scottish pianist reveals there's plenty more to be learned as a Royal Ballet accompanist.

Young Artist Profile: Jonathan Santagada – ‘Music will win over a sceptical newcomer – It did for me.’

14 March 2016

The Italian conductor on the hard work that it takes to become a professional conductor and what he's learnt from Music Director Antonio Pappano.

How to Build an Opera Star: The rise and fall of the castrato

21 November 2014

The barbaric practice of castrating boys yielded some of the greatest musical stars of the Baroque period, and had a huge influence on music of the time.