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Artists including Paul Watkins and Vadim Gluzman introduce their recordings of great works for soloists with candid glimpses into their world as the one amongst the many.

Celebrated artists including cellist Paul Watkins, violinist Vadim Gluzman, soprano Ailish Tynan and pianist Christian Blackshaw, introduce their recordings of great works for soloists by giving candid glimpses into their world as the one amongst the many. With music by Elgar, Schubert, Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms.

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Free Thinking Festival 2018

Free Thinking Festival 2018

Leading thinkers come together to debate and share new ideas, music and performance.

Should we stop having children?

Should we stop having children?

With global population on the rise, could having kids be your biggest moral mistake?

Are we more lonely than our ancestors?

Are we more lonely than our ancestors?

Professor Barbara Taylor explores the history of solitude. Have we always been in crisis?

Seven life lessons from a modern-day hermit

Seven life lessons from a modern-day hermit

Could more of us benefit from a healthy dose of solitude?

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