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Karajan's filmed legacy to join the Digital Concert Hall

Herbert von Karajan's films with the Berliner Philharmoniker enter the DCH's archive

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Two months' free high-definition music streaming from Qobuz

Join the Gramophone Club and receive two months' free high-definition streaming from our partner Qobuz

Judith Weir to become the next Master of the Queen's Music?
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Judith Weir to become the next Master of the Queen's Music?

The Sunday Times reports the (unofficial) news that Weir will be the first female Master of the Queen's Music

New York City Opera conductor Julius Rudel has died
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New York City Opera conductor Julius Rudel has died

Born March 6, 1921; died June 26, 2014

Stéphane Denève to become Chief Conductor of the Brussels Philharmonic
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Stéphane Denève to become Chief Conductor of the Brussels Philharmonic

Denève announces: 'I will programme at least one 21st-century piece in each of my concerts with the Brussels Philharmonic'

Recording of the Month: Walton's First Symphony and Violin Concerto
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Recording of the Month: Walton’s First Symphony and Violin Concerto

Tasmin Little with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edward Gardner have produced a recording of exceptional vitality

Ivor Gurney remembered
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Ivor Gurney remembered

Podcast: pianist and broadcaster Iain Burnside talks about his new play for Radio 3

Soprano Lucy Kay has been signed to Sony Classical
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Sony signs Britain’s Got Talent soprano Lucy Kay

Multi-album deal for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland student

Queen's Birthday Honours list 2014
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Queen's Birthday Honours list 2014

Susan Bullock and András Schiff among those receiving honours

ENO plans an unusual tribute to Lord Harewood
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ENO plans an unusual tribute to Lord Harewood

'Call me George' will feature three conductors, opera singers, the ENO orchestra and, centre stage, a gramophone player...

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