Unofficially dubbed the nicest guy in classical music, widely-loved pianist Emanuel Ax sat down for a heart to heart conversation. We talked about his particular sound, and about what [...]
A private tour inside the palms of Martin Fröst – click the squares: [...]
“If you want to succeed at playing your instrument, you must do the work right now. You can do anything else you want, later”. This is a message that many [...]
With a performance career spanning over fifty years, highlighted by countless awards and high honours, conductor-harpsichordist Trevor Pinnock discusses his musical motivations and experiences when shifting between the realms [...]
The Maestro talks about his ability to influence careers in a scene largely dominated by artist agencies.
I know him to be a fearless interpreter of both new music and standard repertoire. He’s a violinist who not only can play anything, but one who can play [...]
Hong Kong-born conductor, Elim Chan, bypasses prejudice with her uncompromised professionalism. Her work shines brilliantly across Europe, the United States, as well as her home country of Hong Kong; [...]
Her music is both free and precise, conceptual and physical, and above all, highly emotional. A conversation with one of the most performed composers of our time, Chaya Czernowin.
Despite soloing with major orchestras all over the world, the term 'classical music' is unknown to Francesco Tristano. [...]