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Orchestral

The Latvian violinist shares her favourite recordings and her most embarrassing moment on stage.
The Concertgebouw’s youngest concertmaster now heads both the New York and the Hong Kong Philharmonics.
Director of the new HIP Bach Akademie Australia, Madeleine Easton explains (with help from John Eliot Gardiner).
The Mexican maestro on the fine art of inspiring an ensemble and her unshakable faith in the power of music.
From busker to band leader, meet the young gun turned experienced hand.
★★★★☆ Symphony for one: Mahler’s song cycle gets the full Kaufmann treatment.
The Canadian bass-baritone says there's no excuse for the Finnish composer's songs not to be present in more recital programmes.
Bowing out after the upcoming Bruckner concert, Clark looks back on his time with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
From the edge of dreams to the dread of the Doppelgänger, the composer conjures five fantasies for his trombone protagonist.
The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra is attracting Australian musicians home, says clarinettist Nicole van Bruggen.

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