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Six of the Best… Jazz Film Cameos

Whether it’s breaking the tension of a thriller or adding sparkle to a musical, jazz musicians have a history of making scene-stealing cameos on the silver screen. Neil McKim explores six of the greatest

Daniel Moult

It's not every day an organ is transported from Leicestershire to London for just one concert. We talk to organist Daniel Moult to find out more…

Sir Willard White

The singer talks to us about singing Bach’s St Matthew Passion in a disused concrete factory in London

Ronald Corp

The composer and conductor talks to us about his anthem Laudate Dominum, written for the Festival of Saint Cecilia

Noam Greenberg

Pianist Noam Greenberg talks to us about the annual festival he runs in Cornwall, Music at Tresanton

Mark Padmore

The British tenor on Beethoven, Britten and Schubert

Simon Keenlyside

The baritone talks to us about his new disc, Songs of War

Peter Phillips

The founder of the Tallis Scholars talks to us about the group's new disc and his work with Merton College Choir

Dénes Várjon

We talk to pianist Dénes Várjon, who appears on the December BBC Music Magazine cover CD, about what it's like to perform with our cover star, cellist Steven Isserlis

Gabriela Montero

The Venezuelan pianist talks about her new composition, ExPatria, and giving her fellow Venezuelans a voice

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