Gramophone's July 2016 issue

Gramophone17th Jun 2016

A look inside the July issue of Gramophone – the world's leading classical music magazine

Welcome to the July issue of Gramophone! Here you will find a brief overview of the many features and reviews we have lined up for you this month
In this month's editorial, Martin Cullingford writes about the major issues facing the classical recording industry today
This month's Editor's Choice selection features outstanding new recordings of Brahms, Chopin, Schubert, Scarlatti, and many more
Charlotte Gardner meets the violinist and music ambassador as she releases her new recording of Shostakovich and Glazunov concertos
As the world’s gaze turns to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics, Andrew Farach-Colton explores the music of the wider region
Every month, Gramophone's reviews are an indispensable guide to the best new classical recordings
Every month, Gramophone's reviews are an indispensable guide to the best new classical recordings
Nalen Anthoni explores the available recordings – and the scoring – of Haydn’s Symphony No 48
Every month in our Reissues section we review the best new box-sets. The July issue includes as review of DG's new set celebrating the Bamberg Symphony
Philip Clark explores recordings from the past 50 years where jazz and classical have met
Our audio section includes reviews of the Audio Analogue Puccini Anniversary

In the gallery above we explore a few of the highlights from the July issue of Gramophone, in which we interview violinist Nicola Benedetti, whose new recording features concertos by Glazunov and Shostakovich. The Scottish star also takes the opportunity to talk about her outreach work, and why this continues to inspire her. 

Elsewhere in the issue, we reassess the significant contribution of Max Reger, 100 years after his death, and, in parallel with a prominent theme at this year's Proms, we celebrate the spirit of Latin American music. 

Add to all that the latest reviews, including Recording of the Month, by our expert panel of critics and you'll find a July issue that's impossible to put down!

Click on any image above to open the gallery.

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