David Finckel

The American cellist talks about chamber music, running a music festival and video blogging…

Toby Spence

The renowned English tenor on the contrasting challenges of singing Mahler and Thomas Adès 

Phil Grabsky

The director of films including In Search of Mozart and In Search of Beethoven talks to us about his latest film, which delves into the life of Haydn.

Vaughan Williams's Dona nobis pacem - text

On the January BBC Music Magazine cover CD you can hear a recording of Vaughan Williams himself conducting his choral work Dona nobis pacem. Here we print the full text of the piece.

Stuart Skelton

The tenor talks to us about performing with the Berlin Phil and what it takes to be a Wagnerian tenor

Katya Apekisheva

The Russian pianist on the genius of Musorgsky and why Schumann’s Kinderszenen isn’t for children at all.

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

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