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Yevgeny Sudbin
27/01/2016
The Russian pianist celebrates ten years on BIS records this year.
World of Music
26/01/2016
We celebrate Australia Day with a line-up of Antipodean excellence
World of Music
25/01/2016
We celebrate Burns Night in the company of the great composers

Artist Interviews

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
Eleanor Alberga
We talk to the composer about being commissioned for the Last Night of the Proms
Ahead of the ‘Life Story’ Prom, composer Murray Gold discusses the music he created for the groundbreaking BBC TV wildlife series
John Storgårds
The Finnish conductor on Nielsen's symphonies
The baritone and director tell us about bringing Mahler's music to the big screen
Composer Mark Bowden
BBC National Orchestra of Wales's composer-in-residence on writing music inspired by the origins of the universe
Japanese Pianist Noriko Ogawa
We talk to the Japanese pianist about organising concerts for parents and carers of autistic children
Cordelia Williams
The British pianist celebrates Olivier Messiaen through a year-long series of concerts, visual art and poetry
Judith Bingham and Judith Weir
As the reburial of Richard III approaches, we talk to two British composers about writing music for the historic occasion
Francisco Lopez
The leading sound artist on his new BBC Radio 3 commission

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Leading Swiss flautist dies aged 90
American conductor recognised for his long association...
Station will broadcast live from a glass studio in...
The biennial competition reveals a shortlist of five
Patrick Dunachie to join choral group in September...
Jaap van Zweden appointed to New York Philharmonic
Dutch conductor to start at NY Phil in 2018/19 season
Matthew Waldren
Conductors Toby Pursert and Matthew Waldren take up...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The weird and wonderful uses for Mozart’s music...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
We rethink some commonly told ‘facts’...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
10 Mozart performers reveal which of the great...
We celebrate Australia Day with a line-up of...
We celebrate Burns Night in the company of the great...
Martin James Bartlett, winner of the 2015 competition.
The annual competition announces 25-strong shortlist
Choral training scheme for exceptional teenage singers...
Amateur music-making to be celebrated with Get Playing...
First streamed concert will take place on 28 January
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