Introducing Gramophone's September 2017 issue

Gramophone11th Aug 2017

Barbara Hannigan is the very model of a modern musician, already one of the most sought-after singers in the world, she is now releasing her first recording as both soprano and conductor. Neil Fisher caught up with her to talk about the new album, 'Crazy Girl Crazy', and life on the opera stage.

Elsewhere in the September issue, Jed Distler looks at the remarkable final decades of Elliott Carter's long and productive life, and Andrew Farach-Colton talks to Gerard Schwarz about the conductor's life in the recording studio.

In this month's Gramophone Collection article, Richard Whitehouse listens to all of the available recordings of Stravinsky's Les noces, and in a fascinating Icons feature, Tully Potter surveys the life and career of Ruggiero Ricci.

Plus, there is our usual packed reviews section, covering all of the most exciting new releases, written by our unrivalled panel of expert critics. 

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