Fresh views on all things classical music

Navigating the post-university storm

May 22, 2017

BY LEWIS INGHAM   At times, existing in a post-university environment feels like floating in a great expansive ocean where my feet can’t touch the […]

Addressing the orchestral crisis

May 10, 2017

BY MEGAN LO SURDO We would like to welcome Megan in her first story as a CutCommon contributor.   Fear of an ageing audience is no […]

17 facts you never knew about theorbo

May 1, 2017

BY AIDAN DEASY If you’ve ever wanted to hear Baroque by candlelight, now’s your chance. Aidan Deasy will bring his theorbo to Armadale this May […]

The three reasons I founded my orchestra

April 25, 2017

BY JOHN KEENE   John Keene is a Sydney double bassist, who has participated in conducting masterclasses with major orchestras across Australia and New Zealand […]

Visiting the place where it all began

April 17, 2017

BY ELEANOR WOOD Eleanor is CutCommon’s London Correspondent. The writer and performer moved from her Sydney base to London in 2017. She studied Classical Voice and […]

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