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Classical Music

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.
Keen for his instrument to boldly go where no oud has gone before, Joseph Tawadros has looked to Egypt for his new concerto.
The Artistic Director of the Canberra International Music Festival describes the music born in the cauldrons of change.
He sometimes gets a rough ride in matters of musical craft but we underestimate the emotional eloquence of Bellini at our peril.
The cellist talks about being an invader ahead of his performances at the Margaret River and Dunkeld Festivals.
He realised early that if he wanted his instrument to be taken seriously he had to perform contemporary music.
The Fidelio Quartet has teamed up with Crohn’s & Colitis Australia to bring comfort to the sick through Beethoven's quartets.
The Romantic’s housekeeping books reveal more than just the Marks and the Pfennigs.
Director of the new HIP Bach Akademie Australia, Madeleine Easton explains (with help from John Eliot Gardiner).

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