The Critics

How Canada reinvented its musical prowess

How we underestimate the women in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte

How the musical sensation, Six, uncovers more than just the stories of Henry VIII’s wives

Is this the end of the Elgin Marbles debate?

Chekhovian gloom echoes across the centuries, but Vanya needs new impetus to avoid museum status, says Anne McElvoy

The director wanted to show things as they were – badly-led, no one wanting to fight or knowing what they were fighting for, says Christopher Silvester

Adam LeBor on the sharply written TV show: The Windsors

Far from being enemies of the people, our judges have a fine record in ignoring political considerations when making their rulings

The role of music in Jewish worship has acquired a sudden topicality with the involvement of two major record labels