Artist Interviews

The Gould Piano Trio

Tchaikovksy's virtuosic Piano Trio is an exhausting work to play, says the Gould Trio's cellist Alice Neary, but it's worth the pain

Paul Watkins

Walton brings out both the spectacular virtuosity and poetry of the cello in his Concerto, says the British cellist and conductor

Tim Whitehead

The jazz saxophonist on creating an album inspired by a collection of JMW Turner watercolour sketches at Tate Britain

Anne Akiko Meyers

The American violinist on her Rubin Museum of Art recital in New York

Bryn Terfel

The bass-baritone talks about his Wagner experiences in Cardiff and New York – and shares his love of White Christmas

Daniel Tong

We go backstage with the pianist and founder of the Wye Valley Music Festival

Charles Lloyd

With a new release on ECM, saxophonist Charles Lloyd, now 72, was the must-see act at this year’s London Jazz Festival. The ‘psychedelic jazz’ icon of the 1960s talks to Neil McKim

Magdalena Kožená

The Czech mezzo-soprano talks about her experience of recording Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn with the French conductor Pierre Boulez

Helmuth Rilling

In the second instalment of our Bach Cantata interview series, the German conductor discusses his experiences of recording the complete church Cantatas 

Peter Lieberson

The American composer talks about a welcome revival of his 1991 monodrama/opera King Gesar in New York

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