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Jasper Høiby

Bassist Jasper Høiby and his trio Phronesis have been deservedly creating a stir on the UK’s jazz scene. With his third album Alive out now, Høiby talks to Neil McKim

Paul Hillier

The British conductor talks about letting his imagination roam through the worlds of Buxtehude and Pelles Gudmundsen-Holmgreen

Sir John Eliot Gardiner

The British conductor on his Bach Pilgrimage with the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists

Victor Borge plays Liszt

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Jakub Hrůša

The new conductor of Glyndebourne on Tour on Mozart's Don Giovanni

Stephen Kovacevich

As he celebrates his 70th birthday with a Wigmore Hall concert, the pianist talks to Oliver Condy

Levon Chilingirian

The first violinist and founder of the Chilingirian Quartet talks about recording Mozart’s String Quintets

Rachel Podger

The British violinist on recording Bach with her ensemble Brecon Baroque

Alexander Goehr

One of England’s leading composers talks about his ‘last’ opera, Promised End, based on Shakespeare’s King Lear

Adam Fischer

Now more than halfway through his complete cycle of Mozart's Symphonies, the Hungarian conductor tells us why he was inspired to record them all

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