Tess Crebbin is a Canadian author and music journalist based in Europe.
Graham Waterhouse receives standing ovations at Munich's Gasteig
Tess Crebbin talks to the tenor Zoran Todorovich
Tess Crebbin experiences Verdi's 'Rigoletto' at the Immling Summer Music Festival
Alban Gerhardt plays Bach at Munich's 'Long Night of Music', and has a late night chat
A tribute to Luciano Pavarotti, who died this week
Mester and Slawitschek impress Tess Crebbin at the Thann Festival
Tess Crebbin visits the Opera Festival at Gut Immling in Bavaria for Verdi's 'Un Ballo in Maschera'
'Tosca' at the Bregenz Festival
David Stahl in conversation about Bernstein, Mahler and German-language opera
Tess Crebbin talks to Charles Beare about the master instrument maker Domenico Montagnana
Tess Crebbin tours Bavaria with the local tourist office, and witnesses a performance of Tosca
Andreas Scholl sings folksongs
Music by Richard Strauss
Rolando Villazón performs in Munich
Henri Dutilleux receives the Ernst von Siemens Music Prize
Tess Crebbin pays tribute to German baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, eighty today
An Austrian music professor goes to the dogs
Lars Vogt talks to Tess Crebbin about his late friend and partner, the cellist Boris Pergamenschikow
Jean Guillou plays the complete organ works of César Franck
CeBIT, the world's largest computer fair, from a classical music viewpoint
Tess Crebbin describes the memorial service in Munich for conductor Marcello Viotti
On the death of Marcello Viotti
A Europamusicale Foundation fundraiser concert given by Andreas Scholl
A Bavarian Magic Flute
Meeting Danjulo Ishizaka for a bite
An evening with the cello mafia
The life and times of Anthony Burgess
Scenes and music from the First International Boris Pergamenschikow Scholarship Award Ceremony
Tess Crebbin talks to Mexican tenor Rolando Villazon
Tess Crebbin was at the Echo Classics Awards in Munich
The two Pergamenschikow Julians in concert
Tess Crebbin talks to Sven Helbig, Torsten Rasch and Gert Hof about the story behind the 2004 Echo Classical Award for best world première recording
Tess Crebbin looks forward to music in Austria during the forthcoming 2004/2005 season
The Pergamenschikow-Gililov recordings 1990-1994. '... fresh and invigorating ...'
The Pergamenschikow-Gililov recordings 1984-1994. '... peak performances ...'
Tess Crebbin investigates hot new talent in the singing world
Pergamenschikow plays the Bach solo cello suites. '... he goes beyond what is written ...'
The Pablo Casals Cello Competition
Frans Helmerson and Pavel Gililov play at the Kronberg Academy in Germany
The Verbier Festival Tenth Anniversary Piano Extravaganza. '... many still kick themselves for not having been there ...'
Tess Crebbin previews the Kronberg Academy's Second International Pablo Casals Cello Competition
Dennis Russell Davies at the Oberstdorf Music Festival
Tess Crebbin reports on a new release by 'The Archangel', plus other BMG projects
Dominic Miller's 'Shapes'. '... he is a genius.'
The Lieder of Hans Rott
An encounter with accompanist Wolfram Rieger
Mahler's Resurrection Symphony: Levine's farewell concert in Munich
A Salzburg Festival preview
Lang Lang displays musical excellence at the Rheingau Music Festival
Robert Dean Smith sings Wagner
An encounter with celebrated Heldentenor Robert Dean Smith
Thomas Hampson sings Mahler's 'Des Knaben Wunderhorn'. '... a stunning visual and auditory experience.'
In the first of a two-part series spotlighting countertenors, Tess Crebbin talks to Flavio Oliver
The first of a three part series about Mahler's Third Symphony, exploring Jason Starr's film documentary
John Neumeier expresses his admiration for Leonard Bernstein with 'Bernstein Dances'
Tess Crebbin writes about 'Shadowtime', Brian Ferneyhough's first opera
Tess Crebbin explores the art of Thomas Hampson
Tess Crebbin talks to Penderecki and co
Alfred Brendel wins the International Ernst von Siemens Music Award 2004
Tess Crebbin spotlights the young Mexican tenor Rolando Villazon
Tess Crebbin writes about an interesting CD by Riccardo Chailly
Europamusicale performer spotlight
Europamusicale performer spotlight
Tess Crebbin reports on the start of the Europamusicale in Germany
The new tenor sensation Joseph Calleja
Harald Stamm, one of Germany's foremost operatic basses, and a renowned Dvorák Stabat Mater soloist, talks to Tess Crebbin
On the one hundredth anniversary of Dvorák's death, Tess Crebbin writes about one of the most personal settings ever of the Stabat Mater
Tess Crebbin investigates the largest classical CD store in continental Europe
Renowned American baritone Thomas Hampson shows a new side in Munich. Tess Crebbin investigates
Recent weeks have seen extensive features in the German media. Tess Crebbin introduces the American choreographer