Web picks, 7 October 2011

Robert Levin on Mozart and improvisation, and uncovering an embellished manuscript; the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Steven Osborne on learning Ravel’s Gaspard de la Nuit; sound advice on practising and how to practice ‘silently’; music is the art of ‘continuing’; concerts at Hindhead Music Centre; fundraising concerts for Amnesty at 50; new score preview function on Pianostreet

Robert Levin: “Mozart was the Duke Ellington of the 18th century”

Embellished Mozart manuscript uncovered

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment blog

Wrestling with Ravel

Be a Zen master at practising

Silent Practice: the Art of Inner Listening

Of a Piece

Concerts at Hindhead

Fundraising concerts for Amnesty International at 50

New Feature from Pianostreet: Score Preview