Schubert

Is Great Music Always Subversive?
Opinion
Is Great Music Always Subversive?
A major book by American writer Ted Gioia, published last...
Aug 6, 2020
Exploring Schubert's Year
Reviews
Exploring Schubert's Year
Sharon Carty and Jonathan Ware's new album is a...
Jun 26, 2020
'It's a cross section of what guitar and voice can do': An Interview with Sean Shibe
News
'It's a cross section of what guitar and voice can do...
Guitarist Sean Shibe and tenor Ben Johnson begin a six-date...
Nov 20, 2019
‘The AI … is always ready to work’: Lucas Cantor Collaborates with AI to Complete Schubert’s 8th Symphony
News UK
‘The AI … is always ready to work’: Lucas Cantor Collaborates...
Remaining movements of 1822 work created through working...
Feb 5, 2019
Leaving Nothing Behind
Reviews
Leaving Nothing Behind
Music by Simon O'Connor, John McLachlan, Piazzolla and...
Mar 1, 2018
Feeling and Thinking About Music
Opinion
Feeling and Thinking About Music
Alfred Brendel's new book is a reminder of how the...
Sep 29, 2015
Tears and Chills
Opinion
Tears and Chills
Why does music provoke such strong reactions in us? How can...
Feb 1, 2011
CD Review: Josephine Foster – Graphic as a Star
Reviews
CD Review: Josephine Foster – Graphic as a Star
Josephine Foster, Graphic as a Star, Firerecords (FIRE 136)
Feb 1, 2010
The Art of Inefficiency
Opinion
The Art of Inefficiency
Peter Rosser on the intimacy and ritual of live music
Apr 1, 2009
CD Reviews: John McCormack
Reviews
CD Reviews: John McCormack
Icon of an Age: The Anthology Zampano Productions
Mar 1, 2008
letters
Letters: John Adams at the RTÉ Living Music Festival
Ronan Guifoyle, Artistic Director of the 2007 RTÉ Living...
Jul 1, 2007
Opinion
Colour on all sides
A review of the recent RTÉ Living Music Festival which...
May 1, 2007
'The Deepest Need to be There, Communicating'
Opinion
'The Deepest Need to be There, Communicating'
An Interview by composer Benjamin Dwyer with double-bassist...
Jan 1, 2007