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Director Willy Decker makes a plausible case that the eternal feminine underpins
Will the genius of the common law survive?
The cornerstone of our legal system has withstood the encroachments of EU and statute law, but the jury is out on its long-term future
The heights of Joseph Haydn
Mozart’s great contemporary should be regarded as his equal, particularly in his string quartets
Enchanted garden of song
A dozen of the best Schubert Lieder to take the listener beyond the three great song cycles
Cornish master class in the art of the sublime
How an inspiring Hungarian violinist created a musical community at IMS Prussia Cove
The Play’s The Thing, So Leave The Words Alone
Our theatre is amongst the best in the world, but prone to cheap, jarring adaptations. Classical texts, like music, should be respected
Contemplating the abyss
Bruckner and Mahler were very different but their epic ninth symphonies have much in common
Who Will Do Justice To Our Judiciary?
Since Tony Blair all but abolished the position of Lord Chancellor in 2005, English judges have been without the champion they need
His Master’s Voice: Scruton On Wagner
Roger Scruton's book on Wagner argues that
is one of the most important works of art produced in the past 200 years
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above