Blogs - Gramophone guest blog

'I would like to think we might now be in a phase when composers no longer seek merely to impress with complexity'
Taking part in Musicircus at Aldeburgh was a bewildering musical experience
Pianist Ivan Ilić embarks on a journey of discovery for his new album of Feldman, Scriabin and Cage
Composer Jorge Grundman wrestles with reverb for his new chamber work
Jeremy Nicholas wonders why Brazilian classical music is so rarely heard in our concert halls
Philippe Graffin discovers a long-lost cadenza and argues the case for new music
Violinist Roman Mints explains how he has developed a new technique called 'spacial orchestration' to bring his recordings to life
Conductor Tim Murray on Mark-Anthony Turnage's Undance
Playing Bach's Cello Suites on the viola was 'my Everest'...
Paul Chamberlain explains why this versatile instrument is finding a place in our concert halls


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