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Gramophone, The Times and abcd launch the 2010 Music In The Community Prize

Following last year’s inaugural Music In The Community prize – created to reward an outstanding individual in the voluntary music world - Gramophone has again joined forces with The Times newspaper, and now with the Association...

Charlotte Smith

The Gramophone Player is live!

In the mid 1990s Gramophone introduced CDs on the cover of the magazine to allow readers to hear excerpts from the latest releases. Fifteen years later, new technology has allowed Gramophone to evolve once again, as...

Martin Cullingford
Composer Geoffrey Burgon has died, aged 69

Obituary: Geoffrey Burgon

Geoffrey Burgon, who died on September 21 aged 69, will be remembered as a composer with his own distinctive musical personality who achieved success in many different fields. I first met Geoff when we were students...

Charlotte Smith
Eduard Flipse's historically significant Mahler recordings

Pioneering Mahler recordings from Rotterdam

The name of Eduard Flipse(1896-1973) is almost forgotten, at least outside the city of Rotterdam, where he first helped to build the City’s musical life in the 1930s, then set about rebuilding it in the difficult...

Gramophone
The Organ of Corti

liminal named PRS for Music Foundation New Music Award winner

The PRS for Music Foundation has named liminal the winner of its New Music Award 2010. The arts practice, led by composer David Prior and architect Frances Crow, was chosen from a shortlist of five, and...

Charlotte Smith
Matthew Herbert's "recomposed" Mahler

Mahler Redux

On September 8, throngs of fashionably dressed young people waited outside Berlin’s legendary Admiralspalast theatre, spilling out of the large courtyard and down onto Friedrichstrasse, eagerly awaiting a performance by the acclaimed British sound artist Matthew...

Charlotte Smith
Edward Gardner has been appointed CBSO principal guest conductor

Edward Gardner appointed CBSO principal guest conductor

English National Opera music director Edward Gardner will expand his conducting portfolio from September 2011 with the role of City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra principal guest conductor. Gardner will conduct three or four weeks of CBSO...

Charlotte Smith
The Escher String Quartet joins the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists

BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists announced

BBC Radio 3’s New Generation Artists scheme enters its 11th year with the announcement of a new crop of talented musicians. The programme, which develops and supports young artists already gaining recognition at a national and...

Charlotte Smith

Gramophone Awards 2010

It’s now less than a month until the 2010 Gramophone Awards are announced, and we are delighted to reveal the short list. From Early Music to Contemporary, our panel of critics have selected the leading three discs in each of the 16 categories - 48 recordings in total. To discover which discs have made it, visit the Gramophone Awards section, where you can also read reviews of every short-listed recording.

Martin Cullingford
HM's new Magic Flute blog

Harmonia Mundi blogs its new Magic Flute

In advance of its release on September 13, the new Harmonia Mundi set of Mozart’s The Magic Flute is being supported by a special blog. Two episodes have been posted and the plans are to have...

James Falcon

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