Latest Classical Interview Articles
11th July 2018
Conductor and musicologist Robert Hollingworth talks polyphony, period performance and pitch (and his new recording of Spanish Renaissance music with male-voice ensemble De Profundis).
5th July 2018
The British bass-baritone talks to Katherine about the second volume of 'Finest Arias for Base Voice', out now on Hyperion.
3rd July 2018
Conductor Duncan Ferguson talks to David about his latest release on Delphian with the choir of St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, which focuses on the majestic choral works of William Mundy.
25th June 2018
Pianist Maria Marchant talks to David about her new album Bantock Rediscovered, featuring première recordings of nine works by Granville Bantock.
20th June 2018
The pianist talks to David about the first instalment of Années de pélerinage, which was our Recording of the Week a fortnight ago.
11th June 2018
Conductor Owain Park talks to David about his recent album of English Tudor gems with the Gesualdo Six.
7th June 2018
Horn player Alec Frank-Gemmill talks to David about his recent album exploring some gems from the early horn repertoire.
5th June 2018
The Italian pianist talks to Katherine about The Power of Illusion, the first instalment of his projected survey of the Neapolitan composer's keyboard sonatas.
28th May 2018
The eminent Polish composer talks to David about Tenebrae's forthcoming album featuring a selection of his sacred choral compositions.
24th May 2018
The French pianist talks to Katherine about his relationship with Catalogue d'oiseaux, which he recently recorded for Pentatone.
14th May 2018
The Norwegian violinist talks to Katherine about recording a little-known work by her compatriot Hjalmar Borgström (1864-1925), a music-critic and part-time composer whose influences included Busoni and Wagner.
8th May 2018
The Russian pianist talks to Katherine about recording Dances from the Bauyn Manuscript.
3rd May 2018
The German-born Swiss pianist talks to Katherine about his long-term project (now on its seventh instalment) exploring connections between Beethoven's piano sonatas and other works.
23rd April 2018
The conductor talks to Katherine about his new recording exploring the music which the young composer is likely to have encountered on his visit to the city in the mid-1760s.
21st April 2018
The violinist, whose previous recordings of Vivaldi have won widespread critical acclaim, talks to Katherine about taking on the 'Red Priest''s most popular work.
17th April 2018
The conductor talks to David about the latest instalment in his series of Walton recordings on Chandos - featuring James Ehnes setting aside his violin in favour of the viola for Walton's Viola Concerto.
12th April 2018
The Japanese conductor and early-music expert talks to David about his recent recording of Beethoven's mighty Missa Solemnis with the Bach Collegium Japan.
12th April 2018
The violinist talks to Katherine about the genesis of his ensemble O/Modernt and their debut recording, featuring music from Arvo Pärt to the Beatles.
9th April 2018
The Austrian tenor talks to Katherine about his debut recording of Korngold, Schoenberg, Zemlinsky and Strauss, out now on Capriccio.
26th March 2018
The conductor talks to Katherine about recording the Alsatian composer's Symphony No. 2 and Antoine et Cléopâtre on Chandos with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.