Jeremy Pound is deputy editor of BBC Music Magazine
The bass-baritone tells us how he’s joining his fellow countrymen for a celebration of all things New Zealand at Kings Place
Jeremy Pound goes to prison to hear a uniquely created composition
In the November issue of BBC Music Magazine, on sale from 30 September, we invite nine leading conductors to name the nine symphonies that inspire them most – one chooses his finest First, the next his finest Second and so on.
Now it’s our turn.
Jeremy Pound enjoys the company of Richard III, Vikings and all…
Jeremy Pound looks back at some of the musical pleasures of this year's Cheltenham Festival
Why Sir Peter is quite right to attack the phone pests
Jeremy Pound drops in on a recording session at St John’s College, Cambridge
Jeremy Pound wonders if classical music should be eking out a little more from private wealth
Jeremy Pound on the increasingly difficult art of concert concentration
Jeremy Pound enjoys a very large helping of Mahler at the Royal Albert Hall