Today in classical news: an early edition of Mozart sonatas is discovered in a UK charity shop, Sir Simon Rattle discusses the Berlin Philharmonic’s new season on Youtube and Menotti’s modern take on the telephone remains all toop relevant today.
This evening on Symphony at 7, we’ll feature Mozart’s Symphony No. 4 in G Minor, one of only two symphonies he wrote in minor keys.
Even if you’re tired of hearing about this year’s royal wedding, take a look at these videos of music from past royal wedding celebrations.
Today’s Classical Haiku honors Mozart, a child of brilliance inspired beyond belief.
(Many) various artists have come together to put together compilation CDs in support of the relief effort in Japan. We’ve surveyed the efforts across musical genres.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entertains a theory about the power of classical music, by performing to an audience of plants.
What would you do if your brother was a musical genius? Ask Nannerl Mozart.
As part of the BBC’s Genius of Mozart series, Londoners will get a dose of Mozart on their daily commute.
Boyce reviews his Top 10 new CDs of 2009, including some homegrown recordings.
Jennifer Hambrick discusses Barry Cooper’s new book, “Child COmposers and Their Works: A Historical Survey.”