Charles Mackerras

Wagner, Sibelius, Mozart: Scottish Chamber Orchestra 40th Anniversary Edition – review
The tremendous Scottish Chamber Orchestra celebrate 40 glorious years with three great performances, writes Fiona Maddocks

Fiona Maddocks

16, Feb, 2014 @12:07 AM

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The Earl of Harewood obituary

Grandson of George V whose work with English National Opera helped transform British attitudes

Tom Sutcliffe

11, Jul, 2011 @6:26 PM

Dvorák: Symphonic Variations; Symphony No 8 – review

This zestful recording of Dvorák is a fitting memorial to its late, great conductor, writes Fiona Maddocks

Fiona Maddocks

04, Jun, 2011 @11:04 PM

OAE/Goodman/Pizarro – review
This performance's bustling energy became a tribute to the partnership Charles Mackerras forged with the OAE, writes Rian Evans

Rian Evans

02, May, 2011 @5:05 PM

Mackerras Memorial Concert – review
A single concert, even one lasting more than three hours, was hardly long enough to celebrate a conductor of such wide-ranging enthusiasms, writes Andrew Clements

Andrew Clements

08, Nov, 2010 @10:01 PM

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Nigel Kennedy/ Orchestra of Life; Sir Charles Mackerras Memorial Concert; Jonas Kaufmann | Classical review
Nigel Kennedy is all hugs and smiles at the Albert Hall; elsewhere there's a tribute to a great conductor and Schubert sung from the heart, writes Stephen Pritchard

Stephen Pritchard

07, Nov, 2010 @12:06 AM

Proms 16 & 17: CBSO/Nelsons; SCO/Boyd | Classical review

Royal Albert Hall, London

George Hall

30, Jul, 2010 @11:09 AM

Letter: Sir Charles Mackerras obituary
Catherine Mackintosh writes: The death of Sir Charles Mackerras so soon after his final performance at Glyndebourne, in June, conducting Così Fan Tutte, came as a shock to the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

27, Jul, 2010 @5:31 PM

Prom 12: BBC Philharmonic/Vassily Sinaisky | Classical review

Royal Albert Hall, London
This was to have been the first of Charles Mackerras's appearances this season – and he was hugely missed, writes Martin Kettle

Martin Kettle

26, Jul, 2010 @9:15 PM

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Taking over from Charles Mackerras at the Proms
Charles Mackerras loved the Proms and planned to conduct two this month. Tom Service speaks to the musicians now picking up his baton

Tom Service

21, Jul, 2010 @8:46 PM

Appreciation: Sir Charles Mackerras
David Nice writes: A year ago, I phoned to speak to Sir Charles Mackerras (obituary, 16 July) and Lady Mackerras told me candidly that he was receiving treatment for myeloma. So I prepared for the worst; and yet, what a year of vintage Mackerras performances we've had.

20, Jul, 2010 @5:05 PM

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Charles Mackerras on CD: five of the best recordings
Andrew Clements: At home in everything from Handel to Gilbert & Sullivan, Mackerras was a man of exceptionally wide-ranging musical sympathies. Here are my favourite discs – what are yours?

Andrew Clements

16, Jul, 2010 @9:07 AM

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