Latest Classical Interview Articles
17th October 2017
Rising star Noa Wildschut - a protégée of Anne-Sophie Mutter - talks to David about her debut disc, an all-Mozart programme with pianist Yoram Ish-Hurwitz and the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra under Gordan Nikolić.
16th October 2017
The Latvian soprano, who opens as Norma at the Metropolitan Opera tonight, talks to Katherine about her new album of arias from Rossini's tragic operas.
12th October 2017
Katherine talks to Carolyn Sampson, Iestyn Davies and Joseph Middleton about their new album of duets by Purcell/Britten, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Quilter.
9th October 2017
Ahead of his Wigmore Hall debut tonight, the countertenor talks to Katherine about his career and the inspirations behind this evening's programme (which was released on Aparté earlier this year).
4th October 2017
David talks to the Chinese-American pianist about his debut recording on Warner Classics, featuring Chopin, Haydn, Liszt and Rachmaninov.
3rd October 2017
The composer shares his thoughts on his new album of orchestral works, inspired by four very different islands.
27th September 2017
The up-and-coming tenor talks to Katherine about his career to date and Der Einsame, out this month on Champs Hills Records.
25th September 2017
The cellist talks to David about his new album of eighteenth-century cello concertos, released earlier in the month on Hyperion.
20th September 2017
Katherine talks to the Canadian soprano about her bold new album juxtaposing Gershwin, Berg and Berio, in which she both sings and directs the Ludwig Orchestra.
18th September 2017
John Butt talks to David about his new recording of Monteverdi's majestic Vespers with the Dunedin Consort and His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts.
12th September 2017
As the first instalment of a new symphonic cycle is released on Signum, the great pianist and conductor talks to Katherine about a composer and orchestra which have played a seminal role in his career.
11th September 2017
David talks to composer Bob Chilcott about his new album of jazz-infused choral works with Oxford chamber choir Commotio, released last week.
7th September 2017
The Russian-born Israeli pianist talks to Katherine about his recording of the Second Piano Concerto, out tomorrow on Naxos.
5th September 2017
The American tenor talks to Katherine about his tribute to the pioneering French tenor Gilbert Duprez, out on Friday on Opera Rara.
31st August 2017
The Australian pianist talks to Katherine about the two Russian concertos which feature on his new recording with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
28th August 2017
The Lebanese-Canadian soprano talks to Katherine about her tribute to the French singer Julie Dorus-Gras, out next week on Opera Rara.
24th August 2017
The award-winning young British soprano talks to us about her debut solo recording, 'Through Life and Love', out now on Orchid Classics.
21st August 2017
On the great English mezzo's birthday, here's Katherine's exclusive video-interview with her, made shortly before her 80th in 2013.
15th August 2017
David talks to the orchestra's founder about their first album, and about the relationship between European and non-European musical styles in Dvorak's famous 'New World' Symphony.
2nd August 2017
Stephen Layton, Director of Music at Trinity College Cambridge, talks to David about his recent disc with the chapel choir.