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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.
Tristan Clarke and Joe Buono have taken the Internet by storm with their melodica arrangements of classical hits.
Camerata, the Lyrebird trio, Andrew Goodwin and Louise King are just some of the artists coming to the festival this year.
The Australian pianist talks whiskey, cheese toasties, and why he'd like to be stuck on a desert island with Alfred Brendel.
We asked seven of our leading maestros which underrated composer they would like to be conducting, given half a chance.
Pinchgut Opera’s AD has just cut his first solo disc. The in-demand harpsichordist talks about the joys of Handel and musical theatre.