• Gramophone Collection: Schumann’s Second Symphony

    Gramophone Collection: Schumann’s Second Symphony

  • Video: 20 great violinists in 25 minutes!

    Video: 20 great violinists in 25 minutes!

  • Where Janáček himself is your guide...

  • Germany’s most musical city to become Europe’s Festival capital

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Gramophone Collection: Schumann’s Second Symphony

Gramophone Collection: Schumann’s Second Symphony

Nine decades of recordings reflect changing attitudes to Schumann’s Second, finds Richard Whitehouse

Video: 20 great violinists in 25 minutes!

Video: 20 great violinists in 25 minutes!

Rob Cowan offers a whistle-stop tour of some exceptionally characterful recordings by 20 of the finest violinists of the century

Video: A listener's journey through Dvořák's symphonies

Video: A listener's journey through Dvořák's symphonies

Rob Cowan journeys through Dvořák's symphonies, with Otmar Suitner's recordings as his guide

Gramophone Collection: Ockeghem’s Requiem

Gramophone Collection: Ockeghem’s Requiem

The earliest surviving setting of the Requiem Mass has been recorded in a range of contrasting ways, reveals Fabrice Fitch

Blogs & The Listening Room

Celebrating the world’s true servants of music

Gramophone's Editor introduces the November issue

The Listening Room: Episode 85 (18.11.19)

Lars Vogt plays and directs Brahms, Vilde Frang records Schubert, the Pavel Haas Quartet play Shostakovich and Adèle Charvet sings cabaret songs

Recording Bach's Violin Concertos

Kati Debretzeni introduces her new recording of Bach's violin concertos with the English Baroque Soloists and Sir John Eliot Gardiner

Creating Mérimée – the man who made Carmen

Concert/playwright Clare Norburn writes about her latest work, Creating Carmen, about the visionary genius Prosper Mérimée, writer of the original story which inspired Bizet’s opera

The Gramophone Podcast

Peter Phillips on the music of Josquin

Peter Phillips on the music of Josquin

The Tallis Scholars's director on the group's latest recording

Lars Vogt on Brahms's First Piano Concerto: new podcast

Lars Vogt on Brahms's First Piano Concerto

The pianist and conductor Lars Vogt has just released a new Ondine recording of D minor Concerto with the Royal Northern Sinfonia

Jonathan Biss on the Beethoven piano sonatas

Jonathan Biss on the Beethoven piano sonatas

The American completes his nine-year project to record all 32 sonatas

New podcast: Julian Lloyd Webber on Elgar's Cello Concerto

Elgar's Cello Concerto: Julian Lloyd Webber

100 years since its premiere, a special podcast explores the powerful work

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