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I’m Colin Anderson, a writer on music and also the editor of Classical Source. Welcome to my Column; well, Nelson has one, so why not me!

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Philanthropic Investment Allows TSO to Impact More.

Philanthropic Investment Allows TSO to Impact More.

Philanthropic Investment Allows TSO to Impact More Communities through the Power of Music When Torontonians Need It Most $3.875 Million from Barrett Family Foundation Supports Education & Community Engagement Toronto, Ontario—October 23,...

Tony Pappano (not) at LSO St Luke’s or the Barbican.

Tony Pappano (not) at LSO St Luke’s or the Barbican.

Update from LSO LSO Concert Wednesday 28 October at LSO St Luke’s Sir Antonio Pappano has had to withdraw from the above concert due to travel restrictions. The LSO is very grateful to Kevin John Edusei for agreeing to step in at short notice to conduct...

Press Release from London Symphony Orchestra 23 October 2020.

Press Release from London Symphony Orchestra 23 October 2020.

LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DEEPENS RELATIONSHIPS IN JAPAN FOLLOWING JAPAN-UK COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT SIGNING Following the signing of the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between the UK and Japan on 23 October 2020 the London Symphony...

Met announces five-week schedule for Nightly Met Opera Streams.

Met announces five-week schedule for Nightly Met Opera Streams.

Curated theme weeks include Stars in Signature Roles, featuring Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin with Renée Fleming and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Verdi's Aida with Leontyne Price, and Strauss's Ariadne auf Naxos with Jessye Norman [pictured in role] New York, NY (October 22,...

BBC Symphony Orchestra @ 90 Mixtape

BBC Symphony Orchestra @ 90 Mixtape

Dalia Stasevska Thursday, October 22, 2020, BBC Radio 3 @ 2 p.m. Guest Writer, Ateş Orga “The virtuosity of the orchestra … wiped out any reproach Englishmen may feel in the face of [visitors] from abroad” (The Times, 23 October 1930). Devised by two icons of radio...