In our latest issue...

BBC Music Magazine turns 30! 
We celebrate our 30th birthday by inviting 30 of our contributors to name and describe their favourite classical music recordings from the past three decades

Fifteen composers at 30
Jeremy Pound explores what top composers were up to as they left their twenty-something years behind them

Order and progress
Mervyn Cooke marks 200 years of Brazil’s independence with a look at the country’s richly varied musical history

Roger Norrington
As he lays down his baton at 88, the great conductor looks back at his pioneering career with Julian Haylock

Pen to pixels
The digital age has radically changed how musicians keep in touch with their fans, as Ariane Todes discovers

The BBC Music Magazine Interview
Bass-baritone Bryn Terfel spends time with Tom Service

Composer of the Month
Daniel Jaffé describes how Benjamin Britten was influenced by the uniquely intoxicating sounds of Bali

Building a Library
Terry Blain tells the story of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess

Music that Changed Me
Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason