Classical Music

Daniel Johnson reviews Wagner’s Parsifal, by Roger Scruton

How Canada reinvented its musical prowess

As soon as you enter you can kiss your working day goodbye

Sir Roger Scruton: A classical composer and inspiration to Hungarian students

Flying is a macho thing for musicians. It shows they are in demand and living the good life

Those in charge are in thrall to vain provocateur directors

Norman Lebrecht on the late, great Mariss Jansons who died on December 1st

Why music students are resisting the new teaching regime

This new biography has set my feet pounding, for once in admiration rather than indignation