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Soprano Nino Machaidze signs to Sony (photo: Uli Weber)

Soprano Nino Machaidze signs for Sony

Sony Classical has got its contracts department busy again, signing the young Georgian soprano Nino Machaidze. Now 27 years old, she has already become familiar to audiences in many of the world’s musical capitals in recent...

James Inverne

Hear this month's Archive recording

Every month Gramophone newly transfers an archive recording for our Gramophone Player. Already on the Player you can hear: Bach Cantatas conducted by Fritz Lehmann René Soames singing songs by John Danyel, John Dowland and Thomas...

Martin Cullingford
Volkov appointed music director of Iceland Symphony (photo: Simon Butterworth)

Ilan Volkov named new Iceland Symphony Orchestra music director

Ilan Volkov has been appointed music director and chief conductor of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra . His contract begins next season (2011-2012), and coincides with the orchestra’s first in the newly-built Harpa concert hall. The 34-year...

Martin Cullingford
Gramophone launches digital edition

Gramophone launches digital magazine!

Throughout our 88-year history Gramophone has always embraced the latest technological developments – be they the LP, CD, internet or downloads – both in what we cover and how we cover it. And now our latest...

Martin Cullingford

The February 2011 edition of Gramophone is on sale now!

This month’s edition of Gramophone – on sale in UK newsagents now – explores Liszt . As we mark the composer's bicentenary, Jeremy Nicholas asks what impact his virtuosity, charisma and devastating good looks had on...

Martin Cullingford
Listen to our Recording of the Month: Bellini’s I puritani from Glyndebourne

The February 2011 Gramophone Playlist now online!

Log on to the Gramophone Player to listen to complete movements or tracks from all of this month’s Editor Choice recordings, plus excerpts from the Reissue and DVD of the Month. There’s also a newly transferred...

Martin Cullingford
Knight at the opera: ENO chairman Vernon Ellis honoured

The trumpet shall sound: this New Year's musical honours

Classical music names in the 2011 New Year Honours list were led by English National Opera chairman Vernon Ellis and mezzo-soprano Felicity Palmer. Ellis, who has been knighted, was a key supporter of the recent restoration...

Martin Cullingford

Listen to the latest Gramophone podcast

The latest Gramophone podcast is now available to stream on the Gramophone Player. Bryce Morrison talks to Gramophone Online editor Martin Cullingford about his favourite recordings of Schubert's final Piano Sonata, D960 in B Flat major,...

Martin Cullingford
Peter Andry (Photo: Peter Vernon / Warner Music Group)

Obituary: Peter Andry

Peter Andry, who died on December 7, 2010, was a figure unique in the history of the classical record business. A musician-turned-producer-turned-company executive, his breadth of achievement in contributing to the classical catalogues of Decca, EMI...

Martin Cullingford
Hannu Lintu, taking over the Finnish Radio SO (photo: Jonas Lundqvist)

Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra appoints Hannu Lintu

The Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra has appointed a new chief conductor – Hannu Lintu. Lintu, currently artistic director and chief conductor of the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, will take up the role from the 2013/14 season, though...

Martin Cullingford

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