Michael Dervan

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If you like baroque music that celebrates the sound of horns then this CD is for you. The music, mostly concerti grossi, is by Handel and a little-kno(...)

It’s fallen to a Franco-Swiss cellist, a French conductor and a German orchestra on a partly crowd-funded CD on a German label to bring the world a fi(...)

Cork cellist Brian O’Kane and Belfast pianist Michael McHale present the First Cello Sonata by Saint-Saëns and both of Fauré’s cello sonatas in the co(...)

Suzi Digby and her choir ORA believe that “we are in a second golden age of choral music”. Their new CD repeats the pattern of their first. Music spaw(...)

American violinist Rachel Barton Pine (born 1974) studied her first Paganini Caprice for solo violin at the age of 10, and she is brave enough to perf(...)

Time travellers visiting the past in science fiction always have to have an eye on how their actions might change the future. Time travellers in music(...)

The cover image shows the faces of the two performers through a window, their expressions partially obscured by reflections of leafless, wintry trees.(...)

Marmite music is how Booth and Glynn describe the work of Australian composer Percy Grainger — people tend to love it or hate it. Grainger was eccentr(...)

Hanns Eisler chose to live in the German Democratic Republic after the second World War and even wrote that country’s national anthem. In exile in the(...)

Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos are the most celebrated 18th-century concertos featuring unorthodox combinations of solo instruments. But they have nothi(...)

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