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Four different voices from the melting-pot of early twentieth-century America come together to create a fascinating snapshot of a time of great change and innovation, ranging from melodious Romanticism to uncompromising atonality.
The American conductor talks to Katherine about his recording of the complete symphonies with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra, released in June on Ondine.
The German pianist and conductor talks to Katherine about the joys and challenges of directing the two Brahms concertos from the keyboard on his recent recordings with Royal Northern Sinfonia on Ondine.
The pianist talks to David about his recently-released album of Scriabin mazurkas on Ondine.
The bass-baritone talks to Katherine about recording the Finnish composer's song-cycle on texts by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Seamus Heaney and Mahmoud Darwish, written for him in 2014 and released on Ondine earlier this month.
In the wake of her new recording of the Violin Concerto on Ondine with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the American-Canadian violinist tells Katherine about her 'crusade' to bring the German composer's music to a wider audience.
Katherine talks to the conductor about his new recording of Tapiola, En Saga & eight songs in new orchestrations by Aulis Sallinen.
The Editorial team pick out their "ones that got away" from 2015 - the discs that slipped through the net but which we feel deserve a mention in despatches…
David listens to gripping accounts of Shostakovich’s two Cello Concertos from Truls Mørk, with Vasily Petrenko at the podium.