Introducing Gramophone's June 2017 issue

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In the June 2017 issue of Gramophone, on sale from May 19, we look at the borders between classical music and other genres: are they more porous than before, and how does this affect the way musicians work, and the way we listen? We also reveal the entrants to the Gramophone Hall of Fame 2017, our annual celebration of the classical artists who have shaped the history of recording.

Elsewhere in Gramophone, Neil Fisher writes about how the Czech Philharmonic is at the top of its game, and Andrew Mellor writes a riveting survey of the most thrilling recordings of Walton’s Belshazzar’s Feast.

In addition to our regular features, Gramophone – as ever – brings you our expert critics’ opinions of the newest classical releases, with the best of the month being named Editor’s Choice. Don’t miss it!

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