Here, we take a look back over some of the most notable trends that took place in the world of classical music throughout 2017 – from important debates to some slightly more surreal occurrences.
Everyone knows that Christmas is all about lying back and relaxing in front of the TV with a glass of mulled wine and a fantastic movie – and with some of the most influential film scores of all time, these movies are a treat for the ears as well as the eyes.
Could classical music really be good for our health?
We may like to think that art transcends the barriers and prejudices of the world around us, but all too often it falls short of this principle.
Self-promotion has been serving composers and musicians admirably for centuries. Here’s how to replicate that success in today’s professional music world.
We are delighted to announce that Dorico has been nominated as one of the finalists in 2018 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence.
We’re exploring the best ways to develop your skills as a musician as you enter university.
Was Kant right to suggest that beauty is both universal and objective, or does the worth of art lie in the eye of the beholder after all?
Here’s how technology has helped to transform music from an inaccessible ‘high art’ to something that anyone can make and enjoy.
When we came to create Dorico, one of our goals was to create a music notation software that would become an indispensable tool for real musicians. Here, we turn to some of the musicians who’ve already put Dorico to the test, and take a look at how it helps and supports them in their work.