Richard Taruskin, Vigorously Polemical Musicologist, Dies at 77
Author, critic, teacher and public intellectual, he was an unabashed flamethrower who challenged conventional thinking about classical music ...
The New York Times
Vicente Lusitano: Why was the first Black published composer just a footnote in histories?
A BLM placard in New York encouraged a conductor in London to discover more about this 16th-century pioneer of European classical music ...
Organist and Harpsichordist Aymeric Dupré la Tour has Died, Aged 49
The French-American keyboard player Aymeric Dupré la Tour, of Niantic, Connecticut, has tragically died following a car accident. Dupré la Tour was driving on the Interstate in the early hours ...
The Violin Channel
Some very healthy early music canaries
Most exciting, arguably, is the next generation of musicians who are taking tradition and quietly making it their own — brilliantly showcased over the past week by the London Festival ...
Cellist Allen Whear has died
The baroque cellist and viola da gamba specialist passed away aged 64 on 10 February following a long battle with cancer ...
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