Gustavo Dudamel, Miah Persson, Nicholas Angelich, Vivaldi's Four Seasons...and much more
The new issue of Gramophone features the phenomenally-talented conductor Gustavo Dudamel on our cover, while in a major interview inside he talks about the music of Nielsen, Bruckner and Sibelius, and reflects on his career so far. Find out what the man behind the hype really thinks about music in Gramophone's August issue – and listen to Gustavo Dudamel conduct the Finale of Nielsen's 4th Symphony, exclusively on the Gramophone Player - click here to find out more!
Also in the issue, soprano Miah Persson talks to Richard Fairman ahead of her release of songs by Robert and Clara Schumann on BIS, and we wonder why she's not already a household name (and conclude it won't be long now before she is).
Pianist Nicholas Angelich talks to Geoffrey Norris about Bach and Brahms in A Conversation With…
Cellist Alban Gerhardt writes this months Diary page.
The Trial feature weighs up the merits of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, conducted by Leonard Bernstein.
More than 20 years after its uneasy premiere, Malcolm Arnold's Cello Concerto finds a champion in Raphael Wallfisch – Andrew Achenbach listens in as he records it.
The Collection explores the recordings of Vivaldi's much-recorded masterpiece The Four Seasons – find out which interpretations William Yeoman opts for, then listen to excerpts from them on the Gramophone Player.
And of course you can also listen to excerpts from all the Editor's Choice recordings, including the DVD and Reissue of the month, at the Gramophone Player, as well as read the reviews of the month's leading releases, while the magazine itself contains reviews of more than 140 recordings.
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