Groundbreaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi has announced his first new solo piano album in 20 years, ‘Underwater’, and a UK tour in 2022.
Discover our selection of the best Leonard Bernstein works featuring 10 masterpieces by the great composer including ‘West Side Story’.
Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko will release her first solo album for five years, ‘Amata Dalle Tenebre’, in November 2021.
13-year-old violinist Christian Li, the youngest artist to record Vivaldi’s ‘The Four Seasons’, has released his debut album.
Explore our masterpiece guide to Saint-Saëns’ ‘Carnival Of The Animals’, a grand zoological fantasy, featuring The Kanneh-Masons’ recording.
Discover our selection of the best Debussy works featuring 10 masterpieces including 'Suite Bergamasque' and 'Prélude à l’Après-Midi d’un Faune'.
The world premiere performance of Beethoven’s 10th Symphony, which has been completed with the help of AI, will take place on 9 October 2021.
Zimmer's new score for the film will accompany a making-of book titled 'The Art and Soul of Dune.'
‘Paura’, a new collection of previously unreleased rare Italian horror sounds from the CAM Sugar archives, has been announced to mark Friday 13th!
Max Richter’s ‘Flowers of Herself’, the opening track on his new album ‘Exiles’, was inspired by Virginia Woolf’s novel ‘Mrs Dalloway’.
‘The Gurrumul Story’, the first collection of indigenous Australian singer/songwriter Gurrumul’s most popular songs, will be released in September 2021.
Vladimir Ashkenazy will release his new recording of Bach’s ‘English Suites 1 – 3’ with his first Bach recording from 1965, the ‘Concerto in D minor’.
Nicola Benedetti spoke to us about her chart-topping album ‘Baroque’ featuring concerti by Vivaldi and Geminiani’s arrangement of Corelli’s ‘La Folia’.
Vangelis takes us on a multi-dimensional musical journey on new album ‘Juno To Jupiter’ featuring opera superstar Angela Gheorghiu.
Who are the best conductors of all time? Discover our selection of the top 20 greatest conductors featuring legendary maestros and today’s stars.
Professor Sarah Hart has revealed that Mozart and Moby Dick author Herman Melville loved maths and incorporated it into their work.