• The Gramophone Awards shortlist podcast: episode three

    The Gramophone Awards shortlist podcast: episode three

  • Anne-Sophie Mutter interview: ‘we have the problem of a record industry that is firing up one musician after the other, because the market wants new faces’

    Anne-Sophie Mutter interview: ‘we have the problem of a record industry that is firing up one musician after the other, because the market wants new faces’

  • Inon Barnatan joins Pentatone label

    Inon Barnatan joins Pentatone label

  • Introducing Gramophone's October 2019 issue

    Introducing Gramophone's October 2019 issue

Features

Anne-Sophie Mutter interview: ‘we have the problem of a record industry that is firing up one musician after the other, because the market wants new faces’

Anne-Sophie Mutter interview: ‘we have the problem of a record industry that is firing up one musician after the other, because the market wants new faces’

Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter has been working on an unexpected project with John Williams, for which the film composer has adapted excerpts from some of his most famous soundtracks, reports Neil Fisher

Video of the day: Britten Gala at Wigmore Hall

Video of the day: Britten Gala at Wigmore Hall

A live streamed concert exploring the songs that Benjamin Britten composed between 1937 and 1965

Editor's Choice – the best new classical albums: October 2019

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

Video exclusive: Academy of Ancient Music's new recording of Handel's Brockes-Passion

Three extracts from the AAM's new edition of Handel's Brockes-Passion, due for release in early October

Blogs & The Listening Room

Celebrating the UK-Russia Year of Music

A series of events celebrating the power of music to unify people from different countries

The Listening Room: Episode 81 (16.9.19)

Christian Tetzlaff's stunning Beethoven concerto, Riccardo Chailly's incandescent Strauss, Regerised Bach plus pre-release tracks from Nelson Freire, Daniil Trifonov and Benjamin Bernheim

Music can offer a change of perspective

Whether through fearless playing or reflective writing, the artists who make us think

The Listening Room: Episode 80 (3.09.19)

Beethoven from Lang Lang as well as the Belcea Quartet, Tchaikovsky from Kirill Gerstein and Semyon Bychkov, Korngold from the resurrected Sinfonia of London, and three Verdi arias

The Gramophone Podcast

The Gramophone Awards shortlist podcast: episode three

The Gramophone Awards shortlist podcast: episode three

We explore the Contemporary, Opera, Recital and Solo Vocal shortlists

The Gramophone Awards shortlist podcast: episode two

The Gramophone Awards shortlist podcast: episode two

We discuss the Early Music, Choral and Chamber categories

Explore the Awards shortlist: the Gramophone podcast

This week, we discuss the Orchestral, Concerto and Instrumental categories

Gramophone Podcast: Jasper Parrott on 50 years of artist management

The co-founder and Executive Chairman of HarrisonParrott reflects on the role of recording over the past half century

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