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Artist Interviews
13/06/2016
Composer Graham Ross tells us about his new work inspired by the landscape architect
World of Music
Conductor Neville Marriner
11/06/2016
We celebrate the great musicians still performing in their tenth decade
Artist Interviews
Violinist Jennifer Pike
01/06/2016
Violinist Jennifer Pike tells us how she will be playing her part

Artist Interviews

2014 competition winner Martin James Bartlett gives this year's finalists some advice. 
British composer Joseph Phibbs tells us about his new commission for the BBC Symphony Orchestra
We meet five leading performers as they record our May issue cover CD
Clarinettist Annelien Van Wauwe on overcoming her fear of the studio
Pianist David Louie on completing an unfinished composition
Khatia Buniatishvili
We revisit our first ever interview with our March issue cover star 
Yevgeny Sudbin
The Russian pianist celebrates ten years on BIS records this year.
Henri Dutilleux
Today is the 100 year anniversary of Henri Dutilleux's birth. We celebrate with a look back at a memorable interview with the late great composer.
A look at the life and legacy of the pioneering composer and conductor.
Conductor Suzi Digby
Hear the second reader-rendition of the 2015 BBC Music Magazine carol
The Yehudi Menuhin School Choir (Credit: Simon Larter-Evans)
Hear the first reader-rendition of the 2015 BBC Music Magazine carol
Stephen Layton
The conductor looks forward to the 30th St John's Smith Square Christmas Festival
Thomas Hewitt Jones (Credit: Will Dolphin)
We talk to Thomas Hewitt Jones, composer of the 2014 BBC Music Magazine carol 'Lullay, my liking'
Cheryl Frances-Hoad
We talk to the composer of the 2015 BBC Music Magazine carol
The Queen's Six
The vocal sextet tell us about recording our Christmas cover CD...
Daniel Barenboim
Pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim talks about his deep relationship with Beethoven's music.     
Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, the judges of the Great British Bake Off
Hilary Hahn and Alexandra Dariescu on the art of cake-making…
Matthew Sharp, Cellist and Baritone
Matthew Sharp tells us about his career as both a cellist and baritone
Conductor Peter Phillips reflects on the choral ensemble's career to date

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Claire Jackson swaps opera glasses for binoculars at...
The sun rises at Stonehenge, traditional site of the solstice celebrations.
Freya Parr takes a look at the sunny side of...
We pick the classical music highlights on BBC radio,...
The UK's Top 10 Specialist Classical releases...
Julian Perkins champions an under-rated...
Jonathan Bloxham
British conductor Jonathan Bloxham will take up the...
BBC Radio 3's Tom Service
We pick the classical music highlights on BBC radio,...
Conductor Neville Marriner
We celebrate the great musicians still performing in...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
Stephen Johnson gets to grips with classical music...
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