Andrew Nethsingha

As the choir of St John’s College, Cambridge releases a disc of choral works by Howells, choirmaster Andrew Nethsingha talks to

Magnus Lindberg

As the Finnish composer’s first major choral work makes its CD debut, he talks about how Pompeii inspired his composition

Gunther Schuller

The American composer and creator of the 'third stream', where atonal music met experimental jazz, talks to Helen Wallace 

Wadada Leo Smith

The free jazz trumpeter discusses his new album, Spiritual Dimensions, featuring two discs from different ensembles

Peter Jablonski

The Swedish pianist, and soloist on our March cover CD, tells us why Gershwin's Second Rhapsody for piano and orchestra is as good as Rhapsody in Blue

Sue Perkins

Comedian Sue Perkins, who in 2008 won the BBC’s Maestro! conducting competition, has spent the winter months trying to resurrect the fortunes of a brass band

Something for the weekend!

The quotes, clips and links we like…

Something for the weekend!

The quotes, clips and links we like…

Brief Encounter

Visit the station that provided the backdrop for David Lean's ever-popular romantic film, which was accompanied by Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto

Martino Tirimo

Performing all of Chopin's works is no small undertaking, says the distinguished Cypriot pianist Martino Tirimo, as he embarks on a celebratory series at Kings Place, London

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