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Rex Lawson, concert pianolist

We talk to the pianolist about the history of this almost-abandoned instrument and Gabriel Jackson's new work, Airplane Cantata, for choir and pianola

Lang Lang

The superstar pianist talks about why Beethoven is his musical god and the daunting task of performing all five of his Piano Concertos over three nights at the Royal Albert Hall

Mary Bevan

The soprano talks to Rebecca Franks about appearing in Fiona Shaw's new production of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro at ENO

Eric Whitacre

The American choral composer talks about his new residency at Sidney Sussex College and conducting in Cardiff

Javier Perianes

The Spanish pianist talks about recording Manuel de Falla's Nights in the Gardens of Spain and the power of imagination

Vadim Gluzman

The violinist talks about Korngold's Violin Concerto and why his London concert this October is a return to childhood

Gábor Takács-Nagy

Hungarian violinist-turned-conductor and founder of the Takács Quartet this month takes the helm as music director at the Manchester Camerata

Joby Talbot

The composer of the ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland talks about White Rabbits, the Queen of Hearts and why his work is nothing like a Beatrix Potter tale

Daniel Hope

The violinist and artistic director of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival (Festival MV) talks about this year’s programme and its memorial concert for the victims of 9/11

Claire Martin

The jazz singer on appearing in her first Prom and why there should be a Big Band in every jazz club in the country

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