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A composer may display patriotic pride in their music but may also be sceptical about present secessionist claims
Without the backing of a powerhouse record label, it is up to artists themselves to make the project a reality through independent means
A look ahead to a new festival celebrating the rare communicative and healing power of music
Ahead of tonight's Prom, Unsuk Chin reflects on the process of composing
Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor writes an exclusive blog for Gramophone before his Proms appearances
'I would like to think we might now be in a phase when composers no longer seek merely to impress with complexity'
Taking part in Musicircus at Aldeburgh was a bewildering musical experience
Pianist Ivan Ilić embarks on a journey of discovery for his new album of Feldman, Scriabin and Cage
Composer Jorge Grundman wrestles with reverb for his new chamber work
Jeremy Nicholas wonders why Brazilian classical music is so rarely heard in our concert halls

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