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Emily Bootle is the New Statesman’s editorial assistant.
Clara Schumann is still best known as the wife of fellow composer Robert, but on the 200th anniversary of her birth she is being celebrated in her own right.
The BBC Philharmonic orchestra will roll out their new web app Notes on Saturday, hoping to attract a new crowd to their concerts.
Community Clothing operates from a number of factories in Britain as well as its hub in Blackburn: the Scottish Borders for wool, Leicestershire for hosiery, Lancashire for cotton.
The poet and musician discusses her latest album, The Book of Traps and Lessons.
What was once a harmless show about amateur bakers is now a stale, smug parade of self-referential clichés.
Jules Buckley and the Metropole Orkest pay tribute to Nina Simone's life and work with singers Lisa Fischer and Ledisi.
Beethoven was a musical revolutionary – but was he a political one, too?
Bon Iver returns with a surprise digital album drop that feels like an amalgamation of all their previous work, but all the more powerful.
The beloved British institution suffers from a boy’s club dynamic.
How our diets might morph, and how we might take inspiration from the recipes of the past.