Articles by Alexandra Coghlan
Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder is one of the repertoire’s greatest epics—a cantata of Wagnerian scope and ambition
There’s no shortage of performances marking Monteverdi’s 450th anniversary
The works worth hearing
Alexandra Coghlan / February 15, 2017
Celebrate International Women’s Day with a concert by four female composers
Up close and personal with Jonas Kaufmann
Alexandra Coghlan / December 14, 2016
The cello is the soul of the orchestra, and at King's Place it steps into the spotlight
Alexandra Coghlan / November 17, 2016
"You know the soloist is special when the Royal Opera’s music director Antonio Pappano is the accompanist"
©PHOTO CREDIT/BROOKE SHADEN, DRESSES BY VIVIENNE WESTWOOD Click here to read more from our November 2016 issue Joyce DiDonato: In War and Peace Barbican, 22nd November America’s...
Alexandra Coghlan / September 15, 2016
©Stacy Bode EXAUDI: Exposure 2016 Barbican, 23rd October Among the Babel of interchangeable British choirs offering early music and a smattering of 20th-century classics, EXAUDI stands...
Alexandra Coghlan / August 18, 2016
The Royal Albert Hall ©Diliff Proms 64 & 66, Simon Rattle Rattle/Berlin Philharmonic Royal Albert Hall, London, 2nd and 3rd September Until September 2017, when Simon Rattle officially...