• Elizabeth Kenny takes us on an illustrated history of the lute

  • Gramophone Podcast: Matthew Barley on John Tavener

    Gramophone Podcast: Matthew Barley on John Tavener

  • Daniel Barenboim honoured by the Berliner Philharmoniker

    Daniel Barenboim honoured by the Berliner Philharmoniker

  • Introducing Gramophone's June 2019 issue

    Introducing Gramophone's June 2019 issue

Features

Video of the day: Hugo Ticciati plays Bach's 'Ciaccona' from Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

Video of the day: Hugo Ticciati plays Bach's 'Ciaccona' from Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

A beautifully produced time-lapse film of an acorn growing over 8 months accompanies Ticciati's performance

Video: preview of David Lang's 'prisoner of the state'

Video: preview of David Lang's 'prisoner of the state'

Eric Owens sings 'Gold' from Lang's upcoming operatic retelling of Beethoven's Fidelio

The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’

The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’

Since 1979, founder-conductor Harry Christophers has never lost sight of The Sixteen’s mission to bring choral music to the wider public with uninhibited passion, he tells Lindsay Kemp

Video of the day: Heinz Holliger's 80th birthday album

Video of the day: Heinz Holliger's 80th birthday album

Holliger's new album juxtaposes his own music with that of György Kurtág

Blogs & The Listening Room

The Listening Room: Episode 75 (14.05.19)

Jessye Norman sings Wagner, Karl Leister plays Spohr, Sigvards Klava conducts Tchaikovsky choral music and Hugo Ticciati revisits Dido's Lament

With a little preparation, composing for the harp can be profoundly rewarding

Composer Nimrod Borenstein offers an introduction to writing for this most beguiling of instruments

The Listening Room: Episode 74 (7.6.19)

Riccardo Chailly conducts Nino Rota, Susanna Mälkki conducts Bartók and Sakari Oramo conducts Arensky plus Bach on the guitar, Howells’s Cello Concerto and a striking Piano Sonata by Stewart Goodyear

Transforming the lives of the older generation through choirs

As one remarkable organisation shows, singing brings physical, mental and social benefits

The Gramophone Podcast

Gramophone Podcast: Matthew Barley on John Tavener

John Tavener's The Protecting Veil: Matthew Barley

We catch up with the cellist as he releases a new recording of John Tavener's much-loved work

King's College, Cambridge: Stephen Cleobury on Howells

The Music Director discusses the college's latest album, and looks back over 37 years of leading the chapel's music

New podcast: Lise Davidsen on Wagner and Richard Strauss

Lise Davidsen: a Gramophone Podcast

The Norwegian soprano talks about her new album for Decca of music by Wagner and Richard Strauss

Gramophone Podcast: Michael Fabiano on Donizetti and Verdi

Michael Fabiano: Donizetti and Verdi

The American tenor makes his solo recorded debut with an arias album for Pentatone

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