• Livestream: Berlioz Grande messe des morts from Bergen

  • King’s College Cambridge names Daniel Hyde as new music director

    King’s College Cambridge names Daniel Hyde as new music director

  • Classics Reconsidered: Bernstein's recording of Sibelius's Fifth

    Classics Reconsidered: Bernstein's recording of Sibelius's Fifth

  • Introducing Gramophone's June 2018 issue

  • Video: check out this month's best new recordings

    Video: the best new classical recordings this month

Features

Livestream: Berlioz's Grande messe des morts from Bergen

Watch Edward Gardner and the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra perform Berlioz's vast Grande messe des morts live this evening

Classics Reconsidered: Bernstein's recording of Sibelius's Fifth

Classics Reconsidered: how does Leonard Bernstein's 1960s recording of Sibelius's Fifth stand up today?

David Gutman and Andrew Mellor spar over the pros and cons of Bernstein’s recording of Sibelius’s Fifth with the New York Philharmonic

Video: check out this month's best new recordings

The best new classical albums: June 2018

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

Classics Reconsidered: Carlos Kleiber's recording of Beethoven's Seventh

Classics Reconsidered: does Carlos Kleiber's recording of Beethoven's Seventh deserve its 'classic' status?

Andrew Farach-Colton and David Gutman lock horns over the pros and cons of Kleiber’s recording of Beethoven’s Seventh with the Vienna Philharmonic for DG

Blogs & The Listening Room

The Listening Room: Episode 30 (May 19, 2018)

Concertos by Beethoven and Schumann, piano music by Rachmaninov and the expressive voices of Lucile Richardot and Cyrille Dubois

Dartington International Summer School at 70

Artistic Director Joanna MacGregor reflects on 70 years of musical adventure

The Music Makers: dreamers of dreams, and agents of change

From Yorkshire to Spitalfields, the RPS Awards reminded us of music's impact and relevance

The Listening Room: Episode 29 (May 11, 2018)

A feast of French music - Gounod, Ravel, Caplet and Roussel as well as Beethoven's Emperor, Brahms's First Violin Sonata and Rachmaninov's Second Piano Sonata - from a very fine...

The Gramophone Podcast

New Podcast: Birgit Nilsson, lieder in translation, and the month’s best new recordings

New Podcast: Birgit Nilsson, Lieder in translation, and the month’s best new recordings

Martin Cullingford and James Jolly discuss the latest issue of Gramophone

Gramophone Podcast: BBC Proms 2018

The Proms Director tells Gramophone about this year's season

New Podcast: countertenor Jakub Józef Orliński

New Podcast: countertenor Jakub Józef Orliński

Erato's new signing releases Vivaldi's ‘Vedrò, con mio diletto’ as a digital single

Gramophone Podcast: Julian Lloyd Webber on music education

Gramophone Podcast: Julian Lloyd Webber on music education

The Principal of the Birmingham Conservatoire talks to James Jolly

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