Included with the April issue of Gramophone is a free CD featuring highlights from the new 'Menuhin Century' box-set from Warner Classics. Never just a violinist, Menuhin was also an educator and a humanitarian of significant influence, and, as Tully Potter explores in our cover story, his recorded legacy still resonates today.
Elsewhere in this bumper issue, we have features on Shakespeare-inspired concert works, Yevgeny Sudbin's 10-year recording relationship with BIS, and the artistry of guitarist John Williams as he turns 75. You'll also find a 12-page supplement to the year's best classical music festivals across the UK, Europe and the US.
Add to all that the latest reviews by our expert panel of critics, including Recording of the Month, and you'll find an April issue of Gramophone that's an insightful, illuminating and enjoyable read from beginning to end.
The April issue is with subscribers now and goes on general sale on March 30. To find out more about our various subscription options, visit: gramophone.co.uk/subscribe