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Thomas Adès, the dance composer

He may be better known for his operas and stand-alone works, but Thomas Adès is increasingly being sought out by choreographers. As the composer prepares to conduct and perform his own music at Sadler's Wells, Sarah Kirkup asks what makes his music so great to dance to

Beethoven's Symphony No 6, introduced by Iván Fischer
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Beethoven's Symphony No 6, introduced by Iván Fischer

For this conductor, the ‘Pastoral’ Symphony represents the individual’s liberation through nature

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Playlists

Every month Gramophone's playlists explore particular themes and take you on a musical journey

Gramophone Editor’s Choice recordings – October 2014
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Gramophone Editor’s Choice recordings – October 2014

Read the reviews and stream this month's Editor's Choice recordings

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Beethoven's Symphony No 5, introduced by Sir John Eliot Gardiner

Beethoven’s Fifth is, says the English conductor, a revolutionary symphony akin to a call to battle

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Win two tickets to see Leonidas Kavakos at the Barbican

Enter our competition for your chance to win two tickets to see Leonidas Kavakos at the Barbican Hall on October 17th.

Beethoven's Symphony No 4, introduced by Osmo Vänskä
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Beethoven's Symphony No 4, introduced by Osmo Vänskä

Continuing our series of great conductors introducing the Beethoven symphonies, Osmo Vänskä presents the Fourth Symphony

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