• From Palaces to Pleasure Gardens: organist Thomas Trotter

    From Palaces to Pleasure Gardens: organist Thomas Trotter

  • Vote for Gramophone's Orchestra of the Year 2019

  • Michael Morpurgo book to be turned into musical film

  • New Podcast: composer Danny Elfman

    New Podcast: composer Danny Elfman

  • Introducing Gramophone's September 2019 issue

    Introducing Gramophone's September 2019 issue

Features

Nicola Benedetti interview: ‘I’m interested in capturing those who listen with a real consciousness and curiosity’

Nicola Benedetti interview: ‘I’m interested in capturing those who listen with a real consciousness and curiosity’

The Scottish violinist takes an unusual route to exploring her Celtic connections, courtesy of two works written for her by jazz supremo Wynton Marsalis, writes Charlotte Gardner

Video: Classical Music isn't Dead. Nor is the CD

Video: Classical Music isn't Dead. Nor is the CD

Composer David Bruce and Signum's Steve Long shine a light on the classical recording scene

The best new classical albums: September 2019

Editor Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews

Contemporary composer: Brian Elias

Contemporary composer: Brian Elias

A culturally diverse upbringing and an idealistic mindset have resulted in a special contemporary voice, writes Stephen Plaistow

Blogs & The Listening Room

The Listening Room: Episode 79 (19.8.19)

James Jolly's weekly playlist includes music by York Bowen, Weber and Mendelssohn with taster tracks from Jan Lisiecki and Andrés Orozco-Estrada

When music for the silver screen strikes gold

This month, we've decided to celebrate the art of the film score

The Listening Room: Episode 78 (5.8.19)

Haochen Zhang plays Prokofiev, Kent Nagano conducts Adams, Mark van de Wiel plays Mozart and Ivan Ilić gives us transcribed Haydn

Kosmos - mavericks still, ‘rebels’ no more

Having Nimbus sign her multi-genre ensemble feels, finally, like acceptance, writes violinist Harriet Mackenzie

The Gramophone Podcast

From Palaces to Pleasure Gardens: organist Thomas Trotter

From Palaces to Pleasure Gardens: organist Thomas Trotter

A celebration of Georgian London from Christ Church, Spitalfields

New Podcast: composer Danny Elfman

Gramophone Podcast: composer Danny Elfman

Best known for his film scores, the American composer has recently released an album of two concert works - his Violin Concerto and Piano Quartet

Orchestra of the Year Award special podcast: episode 3

Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 3

We discuss our final four ensembles - the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Les Siècles, the Hong Kong Philharmonic and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

New Podcast: Orchestra of the Year Award , episode 2

Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 2

Rob Cowan and James Jolly discuss three more of the ten nominated orchestras, a trio of European ensembles who have each made terrific recordings this year

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