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Giorgio Tozzi as Colline in Puccini's La bohème (photo: Met Opera Archives)

Obituary: Giorgio Tozzi

Giorgio Tozzi, one of the pre-eminent bass singers of the 20th century, has died at the age of 88. With the passing of his contemporary Cesare Siepi last year, Tozzi was perhaps the last of the...

James Inverne
Joshua Bell with ASMF founder Sir Neville Marriner

Joshua Bell is the new music director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields has pulled off quite a coup by naming Joshua Bell as the orchestra’s new music director. Bell, who won a Gramophone Award in 1998 for his recording of...

James Inverne
Gheorghiu and Kaufmann in Adriana Lecouvreur (photo: Catherine Ashmore)

Royal Opera House unveils cinema programme

London's Royal Opera House has announced an ambitious season of opera and ballet to be screened in cinemas across the world over the coming 12 months. The programme will include five live broadcasts. The season begins...

Antony Craig
Verdi's autograph: a hidden message? (credit: Bonhams)

Verdi fragment to be auctioned

A score fragment by Verdi will be auctioned at Bonhams of London on June 7 - Gramophone editor James Inverne went to take a look. Sometimes an autograph can say so much. And this is the...

James Inverne
Listen to the latest Gramophone podcast

Latest Gramophone Podcast now online!

This month's Gramophone Podcast joins countertenor James Bowman and harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani in Oxford as they prepare for their Wigmore Hall concert on Saturday May 21 - James Bowman's final London recital. We also talk to...

Martin Cullingford
Weinberg's The Passenger arrives at ENO (photo: Karl Forster/ENO)

ENO to focus on contemporary works in 2011-12

There will be a heavy contemporary focus in English National Opera’s 2011-12 season, including a new production of John Adam’s The Death of Klinghoffer and a work by Damon Albarn, as well as a new partnership...

Martin Cullingford
Gustav Mahler - May 18 marks 100 years since his death

Mahler Day: today marks 100 years since the death of Gustav Mahler

Today, May 18, marks 100 years since the death in Vienna of Gustav Mahler. If one composer has stepped unashamedly into the limelight in the past 50 years, it’s Mahler – his music speaks to people...

James Jolly
Cellist Bernard Greenhouse in 1941 (photo: Tully Potter Collection)

Obituary: Bernard Greenhouse, founder-cellist of the Beaux Arts Trio

“Few musicians have been more admired or venerated by their colleagues than the Beaux Arts’ outstanding cellist, Bernard Greenhouse, who commands the highest respect as teacher, soloist and chamber music performer.” So opined the pages of...

Charlotte Smith
David Greilsammer signs to Sony Classical (photo: E Hermant)

Sony signs pianist and conductor David Greilsammer

Pianist and conductor David Greilsammer has signed an exclusive long-term recording agreement with Sony Classical. His first disc, due for release in early 2012, will feature a selection of Baroque and contemporary works for solo piano...

Charlotte Smith
Conductor Iván Fischer with his RPS Award (photo: Simon Jay Price)

Royal Philharmonic Society celebrates live music

The Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards were announced last night, with winners including pianist Leon Fleisher, composer James Dillon and conductor Iván Fischer. Fleisher was honoured in the Instrumentalist category, for his performances at the 2010...

Martin Cullingford

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