Directors Alison and David are currently away on an exciting trip around the US East Coast, and there’s much else to tell you about as well after a typically busy month in the Bachtrack office.
From Stockhausen-induced nightmares to peculiarly addictive Norwegian dance, a lot’s happened in the past month, and there’s plenty coming up as well. Read on to find out more...
With a record 139 reviews for February, there’s plenty to tell you about this month. We hope you enjoy reading about it all here.
Much to report as ever this month, from a huge number of reviews to the chance to enter our latest competition and win the most important new book on opera to be published in decades: read on to find out more...
We thought we’d had a busy time of it here in the Bachtrack office – but that was before we went through our stats. There is a general feeling of slight humility in the air since we found out that Daniel Barenboim averaged about one concert every three days during 2012. But, slackers though we are by comparison, here are a few of the site highlights from the past month.
Christmas is coming, and the concert halls are packed... Things have yet to slow down for the holiday season as far as we can see, and it’s been a big month for Bachtrack in a number of ways, so read on to find out how. And don’t forget to check out our free Christmas Quiz!
We’re delighted to have launched an exciting new feature this month: the first Bachtrack Podcast came out on 12 October and has already generated a lot of interest. This first offering carries a Wagner theme, as well as an interview with that excellent Wagnerian Stuart Skelton. Stay tuned this month as well for Podcast no. 2.
Things are looking rather new around Bachtrack as well: we’re all really excited about our new look! We hope you like what you see and enjoy exploring it – with luck, you’ll find the new site both easier and more pleasant to use. Read on for more details...
Summer is drawing to a close, but the sun is soon to rise on a new season of concerts, opera and ballet. Here are a few highlights from the last month on Bachtrack, and a quick look forward at what's to come in the next few months.
Here in London we're gearing up for a summer of Olympian proportions of busyness, but the classical programme is pretty packed as well. As ever, here are some picks, looking both forward and back, in concerts, opera and dance.