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Sibelius: Finlandia

Sibelius’ Finlandia: A Symphony of a Nation

Have you ever heard a piece of music that sends shivers down your spine, evoking images and emotions of a distant land? If not, let’s embark on a journey through Finland, the snowy woods and shimmering lakes, guided by none other than Jean Sibelius’ magnum opus – Finlandia.

baroque string orchestra playing

Tuning In: The Art of Baroque Instrument Play

Dive into the world of intricate notes and grand performances as we explore how musicians in the Baroque era fine-tuned their instruments and crafted melodies that still echo in our ears today.

London International Festival of Early Music

Celebrating 50 Years of the London International Festival of Early Music

Southeast London is once again set to host the vibrant London International Festival of Early Music. Celebrating its golden 50th edition this November, the festival promises performances, workshops, and a glimpse into the rich world of early musical instruments.

Orchestral Concerts

The Resurgence of Classical Music Among Young Adults

Orchestral concerts, long perceived as exclusive elite events, are enjoying a renaissance among younger demographics, as evidenced by a recent survey from the UK’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Memorial Statue of Anton Bruckner in Stadtpark, Vienna, Austria, Europe

Bruckner’s 7th: A Symphony for Our Times

In the vast ocean of symphonic masterpieces, Anton Bruckner’s 7th Symphony emerges as a beacon of musical innovation. Bridging the gap between classical traditions and modern taste, this piece encapsulates the essence of timeless artistry.