The Borodin Quartet and Fine Arts Quartet combine to perform Mendelssohn’s Octet.
The performance was filmed live on 20 July 1990 at the Festival de St-Riquier, Baie de Somme, France, in the Saint Riquier Abbey.
Proof that, as a genre, the string quartet still has legs
Subtly restrained period instrument performances prove that less is more
Cellist Jan Vogler explores the first movement of the first-ever sonata to give equal weight to both piano and cello
As one of the world’s most celebrated violinists, Maxim Vengerov has always been a dedicated educator. But, as he tells Charlotte Smith, his own education is a lifelong undertaking
In this video from WQXR, members of the New York based Limón Dance Company dance to Bach’s Chaconne played live by violinist Johnny Gandelsman (of Brooklyn Rider and Silk Road Ensemble).
The choreography is by the company’s founder José Limón.
To go with our August issue article on the most compelling arrangers of pop songs, we’ve brought together some of the best examples from recent years
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