• Video interview: Benjamin Appl on the power of Bach

    Video interview: Benjamin Appl on the power of Bach

  • Kate Whitley: igniting dance with her music

    Kate Whitley: igniting dance with her music

  • An evening with Sir Antonio Pappano and Ian Bostridge

  • Free digital magazine: celebrating Harmonia Mundi at 60

    FREE digital magazine: celebrating Harmonia Mundi at 60

  • Introducing Gramophone's October 2018 issue

    Introducing Gramophone's October 2018 issue

Features

Video interview: Benjamin Appl on the power of Bach

Video interview: Benjamin Appl on the power of JS Bach's music

Baritone Benjamin Appl discusses Bach's music with Gramophone's James Jolly

Kate Whitley: igniting dance with her music

Kate Whitley: igniting dance with her music

The composer-pianist who co-founded The Multi-Story Orchestra has written the music for a new Birmingham Royal Ballet work as part of the ‘Ballet Now’ initiative

Video of the day: National Youth Choirs of Great Britain sing Imagine it!

Video of the day: National Youth Choirs of Great Britain sing Imagine it!

A beautifully produced film of Janet Wheeler's Imagine it! for choir and percussion duo

Video: DG120 - The Anniversary Edition unboxing

Video: DG120 - The Anniversary Edition unboxing

DG's new big box-set isn't a 'greatest hits' compilation – it's more interesting than that

Blogs & The Listening Room

The Listening Room: Episode 47 (19.10.18)

Daniil Trifonov and Yannick Nézet-Séguin in Rachmaninov, Dvořák from Christian and Tanja Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt, John Harbison’s Requiem, Schumann from Igor Levit and Liszt from Till Fellner

Where does streaming leave your record collection?

The latest shift in format is just that – the latest. But streaming asks questions of record collectors that haven’t been asked since the first gramophone records were pressed

Celebrating The English Concert at 45

Harry Bicket on his unexpected journey to becoming the Artistic Director of The English Concert

The Listening Room: Episode 46 (8.10.18)

In James Jolly’s weekly playlist, memories of Montserrat Caballé, violin concertos by Vivaldi and James Howard Newton, Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto from Nicholas Angelich, Bach from Herreweghe, Kashkasian and Hahn,...

The Gramophone Podcast

New Podcast: Montserrat Caballé, Bach, and Rachmaninov

Montserrat Caballé, Bach, and Rachmaninov playing his own music

This week's podcast explores the latest issue of the Gramophone

New podcast: Sir Thomas Allen on the Great American Songbook

Podcast: Sir Thomas Allen on the Great American Songbook

The acclaimed baritone discusses his new album September Songs

New Podcast: The Gramophone Awardt

New Podcast: the Gramophone Awards

Martin Cullingford and James Jolly discuss some of this year’s winners

Mullova records Pärt, and this month's best recordings: the Gramophone Podcast

Mullova records Pärt, and this month's best recordings

Martin Cullingford and James Jolly discuss the latest issue of Gramophone in our podcast

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