Takács Quartet, Sir Mark Elder, Andrew Litton and Rachel Podger

Martin Cullingford21st Jun 2012
Takács Quartet, Sir Mark Elder, Andrew Litton and Rachel Podger on the PodcastTakács Quartet, Sir Mark Elder, Andrew Litton and Rachel Podger on the Gramophone Podcast

James Jolly meets the Gramophone Hall of Fame honorees the Takács Quartet, talks to Sir Mark Elder about his recording of Wagner’s Die Walkure with the Hallé Orchestra, and catches up with conductor Andrew Litton to hear what he’s been up to in the recording studio. Meanwhile, Sarah Kirkup talks to violinist Rachel Podger about her new recording of Vivaldi for Channel Classics. Introduced by Editor Martin Cullingford.

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