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6 hours, 33 minutes ago   -  Telegraph

James Levine: 'I doubted I'd ever make it back'

America's greatest conductor, the Met's James Levine, tells John Allison how he beat paralysis to return to the podium - in a wheelchair

 

Yesterday   -  Telegraph

The Messiah: Handel's gift to the poor of London

One of the world's greatest choral works has its roots in the composer's compassion for the shamed and destitute, says Michael White

 

April 15   -  Telegraph

Amanda Vickery: Why we've got the Georgians all wrong

The Georgian era was a world away from Austen's drawing room romances, says historian Amanda Vickery

 

April 13   -  Telegraph

Górecki Symphony No 4, Royal Festival Hall, review

Górecki's overdue swansong is dramatic and tender , says Ben Lawrence

 

April 12   -  Telegraph

Discord at young stars' orchestra as trustees call for a change of tune

The National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain faces rebellion, as insiders start a petition to oust its trustees

 

April 11   -  Telegraph

Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov, Calixto Bieito, review

Calixto Bieito uses thrilling stagecraft and theatrical clarity, says Rupert Christiansen

 

April 10   -  Telegraph

Mussolini the musician's violin to be sold

Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini's 300-year-old violin for sale for £150,000 at Bonhams

 

April 10   -  Telegraph

Richard Strauss: Also sprach Zarathustra; Don Juan; Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, review

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's interpretation of Strauss is diverse in mood but unified by supreme artistry, says Geoffrey Norris

 

April 10   -  Telegraph

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Royal Festival Hall, review

The audience was treated to something very special with this delicately coloured performance, says Ivan Hewett

 

April 9   -  Telegraph

Vienna Philharmonic: worthy winner of the Birgit Nilsson Prize

Despite its past, the Vienna Phil deserves opera's biggest prize

 

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