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Oct 30, 2020

'Mythologies', just out on Avie, contains five orchestral works by Anna Clyne covering a period of 10 years. James Jolly caught up with the New York-based composer at her home in New York to talk about the collection, her various roles as composer-in-residence, and where she looks for inspiration when responding to...


Oct 23, 2020

On this week's Gramophone Podcast, Editor Martin Cullingford spoke to Anna Lapwood, Director of Music at Pembroke College, Cambridge. They discuss what life is like for the college's choirs - both the Chapel Choir, and the Girls' Choir which Lapwood founded in 2018 - and explore their beautiful new album released on...


Oct 16, 2020

In this week's Gramophone Podcast Richard Egarr tells James Jolly about his new recording of Dussek's Messe Solemnelle with the Academy of Ancient Music on the orchestra's own label.


Oct 9, 2020

The French conductor Alexandre Bloch was appointed Music Director of the Orchestre National de Lille in 2016 and has made a huge impact on the musical making in the city. Two of his recordings with the orchestra – Bizet's Les Pêcheurs de perles (for Pentatone) and Chausson's Poème de l'amour et de la mer, with...


Oct 6, 2020

A special Gramophone Podcast devoted to this year's Awards - join us as we discuss the winners of this year's Artist of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, Label of the Year, Young Artist, Orchestra of the Year, Special Achievement, Concept Album and Beethoven 250 awards - plus we hear from the winner of this...