The Gramophone Podcast

From Palaces to Pleasure Gardens: organist Thomas Trotter

From Palaces to Pleasure Gardens: organist Thomas Trotter

A celebration of Georgian London from Christ Church, Spitalfields
New Podcast: composer Danny Elfman

Gramophone Podcast: composer Danny Elfman

Best known for his film scores, the American composer has recently released an album of two concert works - his Violin Concerto and Piano Quartet
Orchestra of the Year Award special podcast: episode 3

Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 3

We discuss our final four ensembles - the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Les Siècles, the Hong Kong Philharmonic and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
New Podcast: Orchestra of the Year Award , episode 2

Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 2

Rob Cowan and James Jolly discuss three more of the ten nominated orchestras, a trio of European ensembles who have each made terrific recordings this year
New Podcast: Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 1

Orchestra of the Year Award - episode 1

Rob Cowan and James Jolly discuss three of the ten nominated orchestras, all three linked by one great conductor of the past ...
The Gramophone Podcast: Nicky Spence on singing Janáček and Turnage

Nicky Spence on singing Janáček and Turnage

The Scottish tenor on two searing explorations of love
The Gramophone Podcast: Isata Kanneh-Mason on Clara Schumann

Isata Kanneh-Mason on Clara Schumann

The pianist discusses her Decca debut
New Podcast: Edward Gardner on Mendelssohn and Brahms

Edward Gardner on Mendelssohn and Brahms

The British conductor on the pleasures of recording complete cycles of symphonies and orchestral works
Gramophone Podcast: Hugo Ticciati on chaconnes and tradition

Gramophone Podcast: Hugo Ticciati on chaconnes and tradition

Hugo Ticciati's Stockholm-based ensemble O/Modernt has just released an album that explores the ground
Gramophone Podcast: Matthew Barley on John Tavener

John Tavener's The Protecting Veil: Matthew Barley

We catch up with the cellist as he releases a new recording of John Tavener's much-loved work

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