Full report: Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie opens at last
Ray Chen signs to Decca Classics in hilarious style
Best new classical albums – January 2017
Introducing Gramophone's January 2017 issue
Talking about song, the role of the pianist and curating a new season of Temple Music concerts.
Win Abbado's classic Beethoven, Haydn and Mendelssohn recordings
His insistence that he was on an equal level to his musicians resulted in radiant music-making that was totally free of ego, writes James Jolly in a tribute to the late, great Claudio Abbado
Michael Oliver had privileged access to Abbado's recording of Verdi's Don Carlos with Domingo in 1985
The controversial and gargantuan project in Germany’s second largest city has finally hosted its first concerts, and Andrew Mellor was there for Gramophone
Does a long history give an orchestra particular weight, depth or colour? We’ll only know if those ensembles survive and flourish
The maestro was pivotal in classical music's links with broadcasting: who is following in his footsteps?
Michael Barenboim wrestles with an issue that all musicians must confront
Beyond the beauty, music can also be unsettling and ultimately enlightening
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