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Classical Music

The Australian pianist discusses his new Medtner and Rachmaninov disc, Limelight's Recording of the Month for September.
A pupil of Haydn and friend of Beethoven, Reicha was an experimenter and one of classical music's true originals.
In his new sonata, Aspects of Return, native cello-speaker Jakub Jankowski draws on psychology, philosophy and poetry.
Winner of the 2017 Hephzibah Tintner Conducting Fellowship, the hornist started conducting by accident.
Was Ravel’s music affected by external events and, eventually, mental illness? Absolutely not, says Gerald Larner.
Toscanini venerated it, Tchaikovsky threatened to burn it. Semyon Bychkov delves into the mysteries of Manfred.
The Australian-born, Europe-based baritone on YouTubing dead divas, the operas he could do without, and wardrobe mix-ups.
The conductor, composer and educator would have turned 99 today. In 2012 we looked back at his incredible career.
The pianist – whose new Beethoven disc is out today – talks about the musicians who influenced his own music-making.
The Hungarian conductor on why Mahler's Third is the perfect symphony and why he will never conduct the Eighth.

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