A delightful afternoon with delightful people in a chocolate box town in mid-Kent.
National Open Youth Orchestra’s debut concert at Milton Court in London was a life-affirming reminder of the power of music-making.
Jonathan Radford is an understated performer whose trademark is conjuring up a wide range of colours that effortlessly tickle the senses.
Devastating music-making in this startling performance at Southbank Centre the week before Easter Sunday.
Thought-provoking music from the NYCGB with some pop-infused bobbing about from The Swingles in this made for radio accessible concert.
Sky Arts ENO singing show proudly wears its heart on its sleeve. And with good with reason. Its adorable.
Brilliant musicianship throughout this hugely entertaining programme.
A smaller audience for (what I believe was) the BFO’s second Kings Place appearance, this time with music by Mendelssohn, Florence Price and Alba Rosa Vietor. In amongst these was a performance of Schumann’s cello concerto given by young Dutch cellist Ella van Poucke. A commanding and captivating presence on stage, Ella told a compelling […]
Devastating stillness, followed by much-needed hope and maybe even a dash of defiance too.
John Bridcut’s ravishing new film of Benjamin Appl and James Bailleu performing Schubert’s Winterreise at the stunning Julier Tower in Switzerland, is worthy of your attention when it’s broadcast on BBC Four free-to-air on Sunday 27 February at 8pm.