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Classical music news. New Conducting Competition - Only Stage Management Company in cooperation with Classics Management Budapest announces the first edition of the Only Stage International Conducting Competition

Classical music news - November 2020 Obituaries - Our summary of those the classical music world has lost this month

CD Spotlight. Angels in Paris - Two sets of solo flute music by Charles Koechlin, recommended by Geoff Pearce. '... Nicola Woodward's flute playing in the two sets that I have heard is sumptuous and varied, and one could not wish for a finer performance.'

CD Spotlight. New York, New York - Giuseppe Pennisi is impressed by Joanne Chang's piano recital featuring music by Debussy, Ravel, Scriabin, Ernesto Lecuona and May Aufderheide. 'She is very passionate and sweet ...'

Classical music news - Harold Rosenbaum - American conductor Harold Rosenbaum presents a free online group conducting lesson on 29 June 2020

CD Spotlight. A Korngold Renaissance - Giuseppe Pennisi reviews a four CD set of music by the Austrian-born composer. 'The wholeness of this anthology is admirable.'

Locrian - A classical music word-puzzle, to keep you entertained during lockdown, by Allan Rae

Life Under Quarantine - Suggestions for the classical musician, from Gordon Andrew R

Classical music news. Call to Action - ICSOM is supporting the musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in the fifth week of their strike

Movement in Music - Teun Van de Steeg replies to Keith Bramich

Tempo Set Free - Keith Bramich comments on a recent article by Teun Van de Steeg

Tempo Calculated - Teun Van de Steeg finds evidence of a missing link in our perception of music