What lies ahead for classical recording?

  • Martin Cullingford, Editor and Publisher

‘High costs and a vast catalogue concentrate the mind, and the result is release schedules full of purpose and creativity’

Remembering Denis Stevens

  • Gregory Barbero

The early music pioneer and prolific record-maker's centenary fell last year – but why aren't more of his albums available?

The power of Schubert’s Fantasie

  • Stella Chen

The extraordinary work holds a particularly personal power for Stella Chen - so how did early critics get it so wrong?

The power of collaborative commissioning

  • Hanna Grzeskiewicz 

Hanna Grzeskiewicz of the Hermes Experiment questions how new music can be powerfully conveyed through a more collaborative commissioning process

New beginnings, new directions

What should an orchestra be in the third decade of the century? James Jolly discusses the challenges with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s new CEO, Mark Williams

The case for transcriptions

  • Paul Wee

Pianist Paul Wee writes about his latest CD, Gramophone's December Album of the Month, recording transcribed solo piano versions of renowned orchestral works

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