Below are the music pieces that I have written, which mainly includes reviews.

Interview: Isabel Esain

Isabel, 19, from Zaragoza, Spain, began her journey playing the viola back when she was just seven years old. Isabel, explains she took up the viola "because it’s the most important instrument from the Baroque period." "It was the most important instrument in France during the 1650s, which was when France was the most important country in the world. So, the reason I play this instrument is there’s so much repertoire". Beginning in Rome around 1600, the Baroque period followed the Renaissance

The most dangerous album in the world: Appetite for Destruction at 30

and despite a so-far successful reunion tour, none since 2008's critically-destroyed Chinese Democracy. For many Appetite represents the pinnacle of not just the band's history but the whole of hard rock history, and is the reason the band are still so lauded. For you see, Guns N' Roses were the band that made rock music dangerous again. By 1987, rock n roll, in it's classic sense, was beginning to get a bit cliched. To quote 'Pretty Tied Up', a track on GN'R's 1991 release Use Your Illusion

Review: St. John's Passion @ St. Paul's Cathedral

To be totally honest with you, I’m not a major fan of classical music. I’m not even Christian. But classical music and religion have always interested me, so I went along to this production anyway. The concert was put on by The Cathedral Choir, Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Andrew Carwood. Sung in German, the masterpiece from Johann Sebastian Bach tells the story of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. First performed in Leipzig on Good Friday in 1724, the narrative co

The Pretty Reckless Live at The Forum — Supported by The Cruel Knives

Nothing says Saturday night like a bit of shredding. The O2 Forum in Kentish Town was the scene of the London show of The Pretty Reckless’s second European leg in the Who You Selling For World Tour, supporting the band’s third studio album. The American band returned to London for the first time since performing at the Scala nightclub in October. The Cruel Knives, a new band consisting of guitarist Sid Glover and bassist Rob Ellershaw of Heaven’s Basement alongside vocalist Tom Harris and dru

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