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How do you write a TV theme for the BBC Proms? Ian Arber found out...
New Podcast: Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 1
Introducing Gramophone's August 2019 issue
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Baltic choral music | Nicola Benedetti records Wynton Marsalis | Elgar’s Symphony No 1: the best versions to hear | Les Arts Florissants: the Baroque group turns 40
Riley's piece includes plasma waves recorded by NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 probes
An iconic festival, prime-time audience, and just 20 seconds to work with...it's not an everyday challenge, discovered composer Ian Arber
Editor Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews
Esfahani discusses his latest recording for Hyperion: 'I think musicians who avoid Bach basically lack humility'
Daniil Trifonov plays Rachmaninov, Igor Levit plays Beethoven and Vladimir Jurowski conducts Mahler's Fourth plus Handel from the AAM Berlin and Dvořák from Bamberg
Whether you're seeking tomorrow's stars or just after great music-making, they're worth watching
A young writer reflects on how he discovered music, and praises the organisations inspiring new audiences today
One violinist wants to ensure the opportunities a music charity gave her are available to others
Rob Cowan and James Jolly discuss three of the ten nominated orchestras, all three linked by one great conductor of the past ...
The Scottish tenor on two searing explorations of love
The pianist discusses her Decca debut
The British conductor on the pleasures of recording complete cycles of symphonies and orchestral works
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