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Emily Dickinson: the poet who offers composers potentially limitless possibilities

Philip Clark celebrates the American poet who was a kindred spirit of the composers she has inspired
Live concert stream: Brahms, Beethoven and Sandström from Gothenburg on Thursday, March 23

Live concert stream: Brahms, Beethoven and Sandström from Gothenburg on Thursday, March 23

Join the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Mario Venzago for a live concert stream
Watch: remembering Rostropovich with Isserlis, Gergiev, Penderecki

Video: remembering Rostropovich with Isserlis, Gergiev and Penderecki

Special insights from those who knew the cellist best
Contemporary composer: Augusta Read Thomas

Contemporary composer: Augusta Read Thomas

This composer’s career may have been spent in teaching but her music is hardly staid and academic, argues Richard Whitehouse
Contemporary composer: Thomas Adès

Contemporary composer: Thomas Adès

Vanishing spirals, time, entrapment and reference: Pwyll ap Siôn explores what characterises this British composer’s works
Contemporary composer: Jennifer Higdon

Contemporary composer: Jennifer Higdon

Her music may be melodic and accessible, but probe beneath the surface and you’ll always be surprised, writes Andrew Farach-Colton
Contemporary composer: Peter Eötvös

Contemporary composer: Peter Eötvös

The Hungarian composer’s works, rooted in contemporary social issues, combine tradition and innovation, writes Arnold Whittall
Contemporary composer: Sally Beamish

Contemporary composer: Sally Beamish

Kate Molleson looks at the music of an abundantly gifted creative spirit with a passion for folk music
Gramophone Hall of Fame

Vote now in the Gramophone Hall of Fame 2017

Editor Martin Cullingford invites you to vote for the people that you think should join the Gramophone Hall of Fame this year.
My music: Derek Walcott

My music: Derek Walcott

The Nobel Prize-winning poet on opera writing, music and Caribbean speech melodies

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