On Music

A Venetian Coronation, The Gabrieli Consort, St John’s Smith Square

The violinist Gidon Kremer stands brilliantly apart from the rest of the music world

A performance space without walls or limits

A new project to restore Beethoven’s incomplete symphony borders on pathological necromancy

Bernard Haitink, who died last month, was a conducting master

If Yuja Wang were to strip everything right down to the music, she could be a sensation

The future of conducting is looking bright — everywhere except in Russia and America

The first duty of a conductor is to imagine a world without noise

Zemlinsky’s music is arresting and his ideas fertile and diverse, but he often goes unnoticed