And a fairly recent innovation has been the creation of St Martin’s Voices, a chamber ensemble of young professional singers ...
Once they burst into the speedy, buzz saw guitar powered “Death Grip Kids”, however, any ideas of a musical mismatch were ...
Welcome to motherhood, bitch!” By the time a character delivers this reality check, there have been plenty of laughs, and ...
Natasha Khan’s musical career has always explored the artier end of pop. Her latest album, her sixth and first in five years, ...
Sheffield's resident live wires in Ensemble 360 anticipated the generosity by granting his requests, among other things, for ...
Saint-Saëns: The Renaissance Man” proclaimed the big screen at the first remarkable programme I attended within the 2024 ...
It’s interesting to discover that sound wasn’t the norm in Japanese cinema until the mid-1930s: the huge cost of investing in ...
When does creativity become mannered? When it’s based on repetition, and repetition without development. About halfway ...
You See Us could be the most important exhibition you’ll ever see. Spanning 400 hundred years, this overview of women artists in Britain destroys the myth that female talent is an exotic anomaly.
Kudos to the Wigmore Hall for continuing to make efforts to diversify its roster of performers and repertoire. Last year I ...
The Music of Arthur Russell’ (a concert in part accompanying the recent publication of a book about his life by Richard King) ...
If there is one positive of the past decade, it must be the growing openness with mental health and wellbeing. Whether in the ...