January 2019

January 2019

Vivaldi’s programmatic masterpiece, the Four Seasons, mirrors the eras of his life, as we explore the musical delights of each season in tandem with the composer’s journey from riches to rags.

Nina Simone’s classical origins are revealed, as we accompany her on the path to becoming a world-class pianist, singer and song-writer. Plus, Carole Boyd of The Archers opens up about the music that has shaped her life and career.

Elsewhere in the issue, John Evans discovers the 15 unusual ways that music venues sell tickets and get bums on seats. Plus, Richard Morrison reflects on 2018 as a year defined both by increasing intolerance in the world of classical music and by innovation in the performance of repertoire. If you’re looking now towards the new year, we asked ten musicians what they are hoping for, and what they fear will bring disaster, in 2019.

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On Sale Date: 
28th December 2018
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