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The Gramophone Classical Music Podcast

Dec 21, 2018

We profile our 2018 label of the year - Harmonia Mundi. Editor Martin Cullingford spent time last summer in Arles, the label’s home in the South of France, and spoke to various artists - both established and newly-signed - and the label head Christian Girardin about what Harmonia Mundi and indeed recording...

Dec 14, 2018

A special celebratory conversation between cellist Steven Isserlis and Editor-in-Chief James Jolly which explores - among many topics - the nature of recording, the music of John Tavener, cellists of the past and gut strings.

Dec 7, 2018

Cambridge is a city famed for its world-leading choirs of boy choristers - but ten years ago, St Catharine’s College founded the first college-based choir for girls. In the latest Gramophone podcast the Music Director Edward Wickham talks to Gramophone Editor Martin Cullingford about that first decade, and about...

Nov 30, 2018

Gramophone’s Editor Martin Cullingford interviews the Dunedin Consort’s music director John Butt about his new recording of Handel’s Ode for St Cecilia’s Day, a celebration and exploration of the art of music itself, on Linn.


Nov 23, 2018

The pianist Charles Owen has recently released a two-CD set of Brahms's late piano music (the Opp 76 and 79, as well as Opp 116-9 pieces) on Avie, also available to stream and download. James Jolly caught up with Charles recently for a Gramophone Podcast to talk about Brahms and these miniatures of his later life.