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Dame Joan Sutherland, who has died aged 83 (photo: Decca)

Dame Joan Sutherland has died

Dame Joan Sutherland, one of the great sopranos of our time, has died aged 83. With Maria Callas she spearheaded the post-war revival of the bel canto repertoire, in a career that stretched from her debut...

James Jolly
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Watch the Gramophone Awards

The Gramophone Awards were a hugely enjoyable celebration of great recordings and magnificent artists. It is only a shame that all of our readers couldn’t celebrate with us – but now, in a way, you can...

Martin Cullingford

A lost Vivaldi manuscript is discovered in Scotland

University of Southampton research fellow Andrew Woolley stumbled across the score of a Vivaldi flute concerto among papers housed in the National Archive of Scotland in Edinburgh. “This piece was previously known only from a mention...

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Korean pianist Soo Jung Ann (photo: Sadowski and Grendzinski / NIFC)

The International Chopin Piano Competition begins

The 16th International Chopin Piano competition opened in Warsaw this weekend. The competition, one of the oldest and most prestigious in the world, was launched in 1927 and is now held every five years. This year's...

Martin Cullingford
The Berlin Philharmonie [photo: Berliner Philharmoniker/Bruns]

The Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra at Berlin’s Philharmonie

The Digital Concert Hall, the virtual concert hall of the Berlin Philharmoniker, played host yesterday to one of the orchestras to have emerged from Venezuela’s inspired and inspiring musical education project, El Sistema. The Berliner Philharmoniker...

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Gramophone Awards 2010 unveiled

The Gramophone Awards – the world’s most influential classical music prizes – were announced today at London’s Dorchester Hotel. This year’s Recording of the Year – chosen in a secret ballot by a special panel of...

Martin Cullingford

Hear the Gramophone Awards Podcast No 4

In the last of our four podcasts exploring the shortlists in this year's Gramophone Awards, James Jolly and Peter Quantrill discuss the Early, Baroque Instrumental and Vocal, and Contemporary categories. The Early Music category sees the...

Martin Cullingford
EMI Classics names Andrew Cornall to head its A&R

EMI appoints a new head of A&R

Andrew Cornall has been named Vice President A&R of EMI Classics. Cornall, who takes up his new position on January 1, 2011, is currently Executive Director (Artistic Policy) with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. Before that he...

James Falcon

Introducing the new Gramophone Online Quiz!

Each month, Gramophone 's new online quiz will ask you to draw on your musical knowledge to solve a series of questions – and for our inaugural quiz, we've posed ten questions related to the Gramophon...

Martin Cullingford

Listen to our third Awards Podcast on the Gramophone Player

The third Awards 2010 Podcast is now available to listen to on the Gramophone Player. Gramophone ’s editor-in-chief James Jolly and editor James Inverne discuss the Instrumental, Opera, and DVD Documentary and Performance categories. The Instrumental...

Martin Cullingford

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