The Sixteen’s online Choral Odyssey, filmed at historic locations around the UK, kicks off...

Acclaimed vocal ensemble The Sixteen has announced a series of online choral programmes, each of which has been filmed at a special location and features...

Opera Anywhere reinvents digital opera to help the classical music company survive

Digital is where it’s at this year for performing companies, and many have come up with some wonderfully imaginative projects, certainly in the world of...

REVIEW: Positive Note’s Autumn Sessions “is an unmissable treat.” Catch the mini classical music...

Positive Note’s Autumn Sessions series, which launched last weekend, is an unmissable treat. This mini-festival of online, nature-themed concerts was put...

REVIEW: This year’s Oxford Lieder Festival “has set the bar exceptionally high”

Livestreaming music events has now become the new normal – and the Oxford Lieder Festival, which opened on Saturday, has set the bar exceptionally high.

“I never regretted giving up my career to have children.” Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason on motherhood,...

Any preconceptions I had about Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason dissolved the moment we spoke. Yes, her seven children have turned into a musical dynasty and tour all...

Inspirational autumn musical feast: 7 new chamber music films and a stellar line-up live...

Looking to brighten up those autumn evenings without stirring from your sofa? Then look no further than the series of seven chamber music films set...

Lieder, the line-up: Oxford Lieder Festival’s packed programme of world-class singers, musicians and emerging...

It may not be what was originally envisaged but, against all the odds, the 19th Oxford Lieder Festival is all set to go – and what...

A return to live performance for violinist Fenella Humphreys with world premiere reworking of...

On Monday, violinist Fenella Humphreys will be giving her first live performance since before the lockdown – and she’s pretty excited about it.

Why Oxford’s new world class music venue will be “a concert hall for everyone”

The recent announcement about a new state-of-the-art concert hall to be built in Oxford is exciting news for the city, and is just the kind...

REVIEW: Garsington Opera – Beethoven’s Fidelio was ‘a rare treat’ and an ‘inspired choice’

After a summer of cancellations, it was a rare and unexpected treat to be back at Wormsley this week for Beethoven’s Fidelio.
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