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Anne-Sophie Mutter interview: ‘we have the problem of a record industry that is firing up one musician after the other, because the market wants new faces’

Anne-Sophie Mutter interview: ‘we have the problem of a record industry that is firing up one musician after the other, because the market wants new faces’

Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter has been working on an unexpected project with John Williams, for which the film composer has adapted excerpts from some of his most famous soundtracks, reports Neil Fisher
Video of the day: Britten Gala at Wigmore Hall

Video of the day: Britten Gala at Wigmore Hall

A live streamed concert exploring the songs that Benjamin Britten composed between 1937 and 1965

Editor's Choice – the best new classical albums: October 2019

Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews

Video exclusive: Academy of Ancient Music's new recording of Handel's Brockes-Passion

Three extracts from the AAM's new edition of Handel's Brockes-Passion, due for release in early October

Gramophone Classical Music Awards 2019: about our sponsors and partners

This year's Gramophone Awards are supported by a wide range of businesses and cultural institutions. Find out more about them here...
Video: Jan Lisiecki plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 2

Video of the day: Jan Lisiecki plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 2

Lisiecki and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields perform the third movement from Beethoven's Second Piano Concerto
My Music: Jim Maxwell

Jim Maxwell interview: 'Steve Smith gets into a rhythm when he bats which is akin to musical performance'

The maestro of Australian cricket broadcasting on singing, speaking, training and listening
Video: Kirill Petrenko & Berliner Philharmoniker - Dawn of a new era

Video: Kirill Petrenko & Berliner Philharmoniker - Dawn of a new era

Musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic reflect on what makes their new Chief Conductor so special
Nicola Benedetti interview: ‘I’m interested in capturing those who listen with a real consciousness and curiosity’

Nicola Benedetti interview: ‘I’m interested in capturing those who listen with a real consciousness and curiosity’

The Scottish violinist takes an unusual route to exploring her Celtic connections, courtesy of two works written for her by jazz supremo Wynton Marsalis, writes Charlotte Gardner

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