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Dreamachine: connecting man and machine

Ravel loved mechanical toys and collected music boxes. Conlon Nancarrow wrote pieces for player piano. Even Beethoven used cutting edge innovations for his time, in the form of the pianoforte and metronome. Machinery has long fascinated composers, and never more … Continue reading

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Louise Dearman: heart, soul and goosebumps

When singer and actress Louise Dearman steps onto the famous stage at Cadogan Hall on Thursday 19 May, she may just have one or two goosebumps as she prepares to celebrate some of the musical world’s greatest stars. ‘Many singers … Continue reading

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An Interview with Matthew Trusler

There are those who like to maximise their free time. Matthew Trusler, apparently, isn’t one of them. He is a solo violinist, who has played with orchestras ranging from the Philharmonia to the Minnesota. He is the founder of the … Continue reading

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Graham Bickley at Christmas

It’s going to be a cracker of a Christmas at Cadogan Hall on Saturday 19 December when the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nick Davies, will be joined by two huge stars of TV and the West End stage: singers … Continue reading

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Composer Robert Hartshorne talks Thomas & Friends™

Barely five minutes in, we’re already onto political correctness in Thomas the Tank Engine. ‘In the American version, you can’t have the ‘Fat Controller’ – he’s called Sir Topham Hatt over there,’ says composer Robert Hartshorne. ‘I think it’s the … Continue reading

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