Introducing the March 2020 issue of Gramophone – featuring Teodor Currentzis, Michael Tilson Thomas and Handel’s Dixit Dominus

The March 2020 issue Gramophone features revealing interviews with conductors Teodor Currentzis and Michael Tilson Thomas and, of course, the world's best classical music reviews

For the March issue of Gramophone, on sale now, Teodor Currentzis tells Peter Quantrill about his new recording of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony for Sony Classical, while Michael Tilson Thomas talks to Steven Winn about stepping down as Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony and leaving behind an inspiring legacy.

Elsewhere, in Collection, Richard Wigmore turns to the exuberance of Handel’s early choral masterpiece Dixit Dominus to find his ideal recording, while, in this issue’s Classics Reconsidered, Mark Pullinger and Hugo Shirley weigh up Zubin Mehta’s 1972 recording of Turandot for Decca, starring Joan Sutherland and Montserrat Caballé.

Plus, as always, don’t miss our expert critics’ opinions of the newest classical releases – which will be named Editor’s Choice, and which overall recording will be crowned Recording of the Month?

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