Sikuri music, played on double-row panpipes, is a tradition that has lasted through millennia. What is it about this music that appeals to young, modern performers?
Music that we associate with a specific style is often the result of hundreds of years of global influence. Should musicians identify themselves with any genre?
The classical canon may inspire us, but does it also limit our creativity? Greg Sandow looks to the visual art world for ideas on how to balance the rich past of classical music with its promising future.