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Video of the day: Hugo Ticciati plays Bach's 'Ciaccona' from Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

Video of the day: Hugo Ticciati plays Bach's 'Ciaccona' from Partita in D minor for Solo Violin

A beautifully produced time-lapse film of an acorn growing over 8 months accompanies Ticciati's performance
Video: preview of David Lang's 'prisoner of the state'

Video: preview of David Lang's 'prisoner of the state'

Eric Owens sings 'Gold' from Lang's upcoming operatic retelling of Beethoven's Fidelio
The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’

The Sixteen at 40: ‘the basic principle of just loving what we were doing has never left us; it’s been the whole nature of the group’

Since 1979, founder-conductor Harry Christophers has never lost sight of The Sixteen’s mission to bring choral music to the wider public with uninhibited passion, he tells Lindsay Kemp
Video of the day: Heinz Holliger's 80th birthday album

Video of the day: Heinz Holliger's 80th birthday album

Holliger's new album juxtaposes his own music with that of György Kurtág

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla interview: ‘When I think about recording, I feel a sense of responsibility about the fact that what we do stays there forever’

The CBSO’s conductor plans to share her discovery of lesser-known composers through some major recordings for DG – and when Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla puts her mind to something there’s no stopping her, writes Richard Bratby
The 50 greatest Handel recordings (2019 update)

The 50 greatest Handel recordings (2019 update)

The definitive guide to the 50 greatest Handel recordings, featuring extracts from the original Gramophone reviews, a playlist, and links to the albums on Apple Music
The 50 greatest Schubert recordings (2019 update)

The 50 greatest Schubert recordings (2019 update)

Here is a great way to start exploring Schubert's music, including many of the finest recordings from the last 100 years, featuring Sir Thomas Beecham, Alfred Brendel, Imogen Cooper, Gundula Janowitz, and many more

The best new classical albums: June 2019

The pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews, selected by Editor Martin Cullingford
Video interview: Paul McCreesh on recording 400 singers for his new album 'An English Coronation'

Video of the day: Paul McCreesh on recording 400 singers for his new album 'An English Coronation'

Paul McCreesh discusses the music featured on his new album 'An English Coronation, 1902-1953' with Gramophone's Jeremy Nicholas

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