Articles by Martin Kettle
It's often suggested that Brexit could lead to the break-up of the UK. But could the reverse be true?
"Knowing where he stands is likely to be as good a guide as any to where a new May government will go"
Once stuck in a time warp, the Wigmore Hall is now resurgent and will celebrate its 110th anniversary with an impressive line-up
The classical music world often over-hypes artists beyond their talents. Will this be the case with German tenor Jonas Kaufmann?
Claudio Abbado conducted the best concert I have ever attended—and then surpassed it with his simply extraordinary Mahler’s 9th
A stunning new production of Billy Budd is helping revive Glyndebourne’s reputation and cement Britten’s international appeal
There is no grand theme to this year’s Proms, no special marking of a composer’s birth or death. Thank heavens for that
There is a welcome move to challenge the hallowed conventions of classical concerts. But change must be carefully negotiated
Domingo may be at Covent Garden this March, but for a real operatic adventure head for the backstreets of Bloomsbury