Musicians and Addiction looks at the implications of addiction for individual musicians and the industry of which they are a part.
Articles by Brett Allen-Bayes
Lang’s new opera counts the cost of knowing Glenn Gould.
Strong tonal palette, but arrangements and choices prove less successful.
Thomas Adès’s complex new works benefit from the master’s touch.
Maltman ranges the continent in search of war and its victims.
One craftsman pays tribute to another in a unique novella.
A very rare afternoon of truly eloquent chamber music performances at the UKARIA Cultural Centre.
The final program in 150 Psalms demonstrated the excellence, precision and mastery of all singers involved.
Review: Ginastera: Harp Concerto, Variaciones Concertantes (Sidsel Walstad, Norwegian Radio Orchestra/Harth-Bedoya)
Norwegian band heads south for a pair of hot Latin discoveries.
The Song Company proves adept across styles in this spiritually uplifting concert.
A dose of Smalley proves less can be considerably more.
Collaborators from way back realise their magnum opus.
Gugnin rehabilitates Shostakovich’s 24 Preludes.