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Charlotte Moseley

Violinist thwarted by Covid-19 finds success with dog business

2021-05-07T14:41:00+01:00

Charlotte Moseley has created a booming business making and selling a variety of clothes for dogs

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Opinion: On the margins

2021-05-07T10:35:00+01:00

Conservatoires should do more to make 17th-century music a fundamental part of the curriculum, writes Walter Reiter

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‘There’s nothing more I can do than my two to three hours of practice a day’ – David Garrett on Covid-19

2021-04-23T10:15:00+01:00

In this extract from our April issue, the crossover start tell us how past injuries have stopped him turning to intense practice to fill the hours

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May

Julian Lloyd Webber discusses his career at 70, and we investigate Stradivari’s early cellos. There’s a look at violin encores and Ysaÿe’s Second String Trio, and Alisa Weilerstein gives a Chopin Masterclass.

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Kronos today

The Kronos Quartet: Out of this world

2021-04-30T09:41:00+01:00

 

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In Focus: A late 1770s cello by Antonio Gragnani

2021-04-27T20:57:00+01:00

Written by Paolo Sorgentone

Kronos today

The Kronos Quartet: Out of this world

2021-04-30T09:41:00+01:00

 

InFocus2

In Focus: A late 1770s cello by Antonio Gragnani

2021-04-27T20:57:00+01:00

Written by Paolo Sorgentone

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Analysis May 2021: Seeing the wood for the trees

2021-04-27T21:04:00+01:00

A new campaign is under way to save Brazil’s endangered pernambuco tree, the wood most favoured by bow makers. The goal is clear, but the devil is in the detail. By Anthony Fort

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Competitions, Awards and Appointments: May 2021

2021-04-27T21:03:00+01:00

This month’s competition results, appointments and forthcoming contests

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