Mystery and theatre abound in a vibrant finale to a satisfying weekend of high-quality music-making.
A polished contemporary take on some age-old dilemmas.
A rare four-course degustation evening whose every bite was to be savoured.
Artists pair up as the Festival gets into full swing.
A crack squad of international guests get the 2019 Musica Viva Festival off to a flying start.
The composer tells us about his new song cycle for two sopranos, piano four hands and strings, which premieres at the Coriole Music Festival.
The composer tells Limelight about her new flute concerto, ‘haiku moments’ and why playing clarinet in the orchestra gave her flute envy.
From Dame Emma Kirkby to Elena Kats-Chernin, not to mention a jam with local folk band Malumba, Harriet Cunningham reports on an Easter long weekend at the Four Winds Festival.
Oxana Shevchenko and the Tinalley String Quartet bring gleaming warmth to Shostakovich's Piano Quintet.
Omega's all-Mozart program was never less than beautifully played, but more lightness and wit could have made it really sparkle.
Soprano and cornetto mingle in this rarely glimpsed musical world.
Trio Mediaeval and trumpeter Arve Henriksen offer a taste of how Vikings might have sung and composed.
Carl Vine’s final season for the Musica Viva Festival is a study in contrasts. We talk to the outgoing Artistic Director about his legacy, an exciting new octet and one tantalising Trout.