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In this week's episode of the Music to my Ears podcast, we speak to Paul Morley, the pop journalist and musician and, more recently, classical music devotee . Brought up in Stockport, Paul cut his teeth in music journalism in Manchester. He then went on to write for the New Musical Express, where he rapidly became one of the paper’s most respected critics, leading to regular appearances on radio and TV.In 1983, Morley and producer Trevor Horn founded ZTT Records, which soon hit both the top of the charts and the headlines with the release of Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s Welcome to the Pleasuredome album. In the same year, they also formed the group The Art of Noise, which had a string of hits including a cover of Prince’s Kiss, featuring Tom Jones.In more recent years, however, Paul has turned his attention towards classical music, and in 2010 took part in a BBC Four documentary called The Art of Composing, which saw him study at the Royal Academy of Music for a year. In 2020, he charted his developing interest in a new book called A Sound Mind: How I Fell In Love with Classical Music, which has now been published by Bloomsbury.Paul talked to BBC Music Magazine’s deputy editor Jeremy Pound over Zoom during the second period of lockdown in England, and told him how, from his pop and rock background, he gradually fell under classical music’s spell.Recordings featured:Brian Eno: Fullness of Wind (Variation on Pachelbel's Canon in D)Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande: 'Je les tiens dans le mains'London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon RattleLSO Live LSO0790Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 2: I. OvertureBorodin QuartetDecca 4834159Janáček: Words Fail  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode of the Music to my Ears podcast, we talk to the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, violinist and producer Caroline Shaw about the music that underscores her day-to-day life and how she balances the various facets of her fascinating career. Orange, her album of string quartets recorded and performed by the Attacca Quartet, was nominated for a BBC Music Magazine Award earlier this year. Freya Parr spoke to Caroline over Zoom from her home in Amherst, Massachusetts.Recordings featured:Verdi: La Traviata ‘Dite alle giovine’ ­– Anna Netrebko, Vienna Philharmonic/Carlo Rizzi (DG 475933)Tune-Yards: Water FountainBach: Partita No. 2: V. Chaconne (Itzhak Perlman (violin) – Warner Classics 2564612981Bach: Brandenburg Concerto (Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment) (Erato 5615522)The Bangles: Eternal Flame   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, reviews editor Michael Beek sits down with the Russian-British conductor Vasily Petrenko. Vasily recently said farewell as chief conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic and is about to embark on final season as chief conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.Speaking from his father’s home in St. Petersburg, Vasily talks about returning to the condtuctor’s podium after months in lockdown, saying goodbye to the RLPO and his new appointment with the Royal Philharmonic in 2021.Recordings featured:Bernstein: West Side Story – Mambo (New York Philharmonic/Leonard Bernstein)JS Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I – Prelude No. 1 in C major (Sviatoslav Richter, piano)Sounds of NatureBeethoven: Grosse Fuge in B flat major, Op. 133 (arr. string orchestra) (Amsterdam Sinfonietta/Peter Oundjian)  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, reviews editor Michael Beek sits down with the award-winning British film and television composer Debbie Wiseman OBE (Wolf Hall, Father Brown, Wilde) for a chat about her work. Debbie shares insights into her methods, conducting, her favourite music to listen to and a sneak preview of her latest film score, To Olivia.Recordings featured:Chopin: Preludes Op. 28 – No. 4 in E minorEric Lu (piano)Warner Classics 9029529234Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E flat, K364 – PrestoAnne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Bruno Giuranna (viola); Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville MarrinerWarner Classics 7543022Messiaen: Turangalîla Symphony – III. Turangalîla IMannheim National Theatre Orchestra/Alexander SoddyOehms OC472Joseph Horovitz: Oboe Concerto – Lento ModeratoNicholas Daniel (oboe); Royal Ballet Sinfonia/Joseph HorovitzWhite Line CDWHL2114Debbie Wiseman: To Olivia – An Everlasting Gobstoppper and a Shivery SmileNational Symphony Orchestra/Debbie WisemanDecca  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, BBC Music Magazine’s editor Oliver Condy talks to the former Guardian editor and now principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, Alan Rusbridger.While the editor of a national paper during the Arab Spring, Wikileaks controversies, the newspaper hacking scandal, riots in the UK and more, Alan Rusbridger found time to learn and perform Chopin’s Ballade No. 1, a feat he describes in his book Play It Again: An Amateur Against the Impossible.Recordings featured:Chopin: Ballade No. 1Murray Perahia (piano)Sony Classical Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the OrchestraNew York Philharmonic/Leonard BernsteinSony Classical Bach arr. Busoni: Nun komm, der Heiden HeilandAlfred Brendel (piano)Decca Beethoven: String Quartet in C-sharp minor, Op. 131Takacs QuartetDecca Schubert: Variations on an Original ThemeAndreas Staier & Alexander Melnikov (piano)Harmonia Mundi  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of the Music to my Ears podcast, BBC Music Magazine speaks to Karina Canellakis, who is currently chief conductor of the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and principal guest conductor of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, and has been recently appointed as principal guest conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.Karina was born and brought up in a very musical family in New York. She initially studied and began her career as a violinist and played in a number of the world’s leading orchestras, and it was while she was playing with the Berlin Philharmonic as a member of its Orchester-Akademie that she was encouraged to take up conducting by Sir Simon Rattle. From that moment, she has never looked back, and has since led top ensembles across the globe, including the Dallas Symphony Orchestra where she held her first post, as assistant conductor. She is equally at home in opera, and has conducted major productions of works by composers ranging from Mozart to Maxwell Davies.Karina talked to BBC Music Magazine’s deputy editor Jeremy Pound over Zoom during the second period of lockdown, and talked to him about the thrill of of working with contemporary composers, the rarity of female role models and the sheer joy of Wagner.Recordings featured:Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf Op. 67 No. 5Alexander Armstrong (narrator), Richard Casey, Ian Buckle (piano duet)Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Vasily PetrenkoWarner Classics 9029575952Wagner: Die Walküre: PreludeWolfgang Windgassen (Tristan), Birgit Nilsson (Isolde), Christa Ludwig (Brangäne), Martti Talvela (King Marke), Eberhard Waechter (Kurwenal), Peter Schreier (Seemann Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele, Karl BöhmDG 4497722Wagner: Tristan und Isolde (Act III): 'Denn einer nur freie die Braut'Vienna Philharmonic/Georg SoltiDecca 4786192Stephen Sondheim: Sweeney ToddBryn Terfel (bass-baritone), Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo-soprano), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra/Paul DanielDG 4778554  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Poet Wendy Cope joins our editorial assistant Freya Parr over Zoom from her home in Cambridgeshire to discuss how her enduring relationship with classical music has changed throughout the course of her life, with various careers as a primary school teacher, journalist and now poet. Introduced to the piano at the age of five, music has been a constant in Wendy’s life, with many of her poems having now been set by the UK’s leading composers. She tells us all about this fascinating process, and how it feels to hear your words set to music.  Website: classical-music.com/podcastsRecordings featured:Mozart: Serenade No. 13 ‘Eine Kleine Nachtmusik’: I. Allegretto (Vienna Philharmonic/Herbert von Karajan Warner Classics 4768762)Bach: ‘Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme’ Cantata BWV 140 (English Baroque Soloists, Monteverdi Choir/John Eliot Gardiner Deutsche Grammophon 4807512)Bach: Concerto for Two Violins and Strings in D minor (2nd movement): Isabelle Faust, Bernhard Forck (violins), Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin Harmonia Mundi HMM90233536)Schubert: Im Frühling (Ian Bostridge (tenor), Julius Drake (piano) Warner Classics 5563472)Peter Maxwell Davies: Farewell to Stromness (Peter Maxwell Davies (piano) Naxos 950161)Tibetan Singing Bowls and Ocean Waves Sounds for Relaxation  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Irish soprano Ailish Tynan talks to BBC Music Magazine's editor Oliver Condy about her musical experiences in lockdown, recent streamed performances at the Royal Opera house and at Wigmore Hall and at home with her family, as well as the music that has inspired her throughout the year.Recordings featured:Wolf: GanymedJohn McCormack (tenor), Edwin Schneider (piano)Symposium SYMPCD1164 Schubert: Die ForelleAilish Tynan (soprano), Iain Burnside (piano)Delphian DCD34165 Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn: Ablösung im SommerChristiane Karg (soprano), Malcolm Martineau (piano)Harmonia Mundi HMM905338  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Editorial assistant Freya Parr meets virtually with composer Errollyn Wallen. They discuss how lockdown effects a composer and what music Errollyn counld not live without.Website: classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comedian and host of The Guilty Feminist podcast Deborah Frances-White joins our editorial assistant Freya Parr at her home in central London. She tells stories about sneaking into the opera when she first arrived in London from Australia, her experiences of music as part of the Jehovah’s Witness religion and the breadth of music she’s discovered through hosting The Guilty Feminist podcast.Website: classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Introducing a brand new season of BBC Music Magazine’s Music to my Ears podcast. Over the coming weeks, we’ll be joined by a raft of famous faces from the classical music world and beyond, including comedian Deborah Frances-White, former Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger, composer Errollyn Wallen, poet Wendy Cope and conductor Vasily Petrenko. Join us for a new episode every Wednesday and subscribe now to stay updated.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason joins our managing editor Rebecca Franks at the Royal Academy of Music to share the music she’s listened to throughout her life. From discovering Rachmaninov on CD in the car with her parents and seven highly musical siblings to streaming Yuja Wang and Beyoncé today, we hear about the music that’s shaped who she is as both a performer and avid listener.Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2FaFkcK2TQLVg50BNYvk9A?si=a0hckCZxRySz1rI4vEPZ9AWebsite: classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Familiar to BBC Radio 4 listeners as an announcer, newsreader and, perhaps above all, the voice of the Shipping Forecast, Zeb Soanes has been a classical music enthusiast from a young age. He tells us about the music that has inspired him over the years.Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/69MDC2lhe97UXwT1EKfWv8?si=A8I3CUNUR6iRxeUisPF7oAWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
British composer Sally Beamish joined us via video conferencing software in lockdown to discuss the surprising musical discoveries she’s been making while at home with her partner, falling in love with Bartók’s string quartets and a vibrant Colombian joropo concert she attended earlier this year.Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5CUCWUTOQEalD9Ieu4Uqjm?si=cYv6JIpcTcaCQCuwcAVbRQWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jake Heggie is one of America’s busiest and most popular composers. Music for voices sits at the heart of what continues to be a varied career, from his first opera – Dead Man Walking – to his latest song cycle based on poems by Margaret Attwood. In this podcast he talks to Michael Beek about his craft, finding his voice with opera and his greatest musical loves and inspirations.Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2vLnj9bKq67FCw9LMU5Ejw?si=DDlmzIUBRrmOWfP8IiA4dQWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Organist, choirmaster and presenter Anna Lapwood talks about her role at Pembroke College as director music, her first recording with the choir there and her musical loves that ranges from Richard Strauss and Tchaikovsky to the choral music of Caroline Shaw. Oliver Condy met her before the lockdown at Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, just down the road from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama where Anna had been presenting BBC Young Musicians for BBC Four.Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2kOOe5tCIBMkgqi3e7ZzAl?si=Ri4uAFhtTyK75doNasckUAWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Founder and conductor of the groundbreaking Aurora Orchestra, Nicholas Collon explores the music that has inspired him over the years, from the Bach piano pieces he learnt as a child to glorious moments of English choral music.Episode Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/36bnWpyFELm1D9vW0qw5jx?si=WhTnLEVjTnqhbgzBLrUVqAWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Australian saxophonist Amy Dickson tells us about the music that’s shaped her life, from the Spanish piano music she listened to in the car as a child to Philip Glass’s violin transcriptions, which helped her learn how to circular breatheEpisode Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6Le4hLRhoSU2QAXtVBdnsg?si=mCttrkKcSZmjmniPi2xMnAWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Following his recital with recorder player Michaela Petri at the Bath Bachfest, harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani strolled around the centre of the Georgian city with Oliver Condy and shared his favourite music, including a symphonic discovery and the single piece of music he couldn’t live without…Episode Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2v78HC0EKL7tiArRw4ApM7?si=qT5om-FHTFqiIzh3vCsMLQWebsite: Classical-music.com/podcasts  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
BBC Music Magazine’s brand new podcast, Music to my Ears, features a series of interviews with well-known classical musicians and composers about their musical passions and discoveries. Join us for a new episode every Wednesday and Subscribe to stay updated.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this month's podcast, we discuss Yo-Yo Ma's intrepid musical exploration across the globe, from the Silk Road to Appalachian America. Plus, we discuss the plans for this year's slightly different BBC Proms season and what London's Wigmore Hall is doing to welcome artists back to its stage. We've also each brought along a new recording we've been enjoying, including a fresh interpretation of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, plus works by Morton Gould and Louis-Gabriel Guillemain.NEWS:Pentecost - Sequentia - Veni Sancte SpiritusBenedictine nuns of the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Fidélité of Jouques, ProvenceTHE MAGAZINEScarcely Cricket Not Our First Goat RodeoYo-Yo Ma (cello), Stuart Duncan (violin), Edgar Meyer (bass), Chris Thile (mandolin)Sony Masterworks 19439738552Shostakovich Piano Concerto No. 1: IV. PrestoAlina Ibragimova (violin), State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia ‘Evgeny Svetlanov’/Vladimir JurowskiHyperion CDA68313FIRST LISTENFreya's choice:Beethoven: Symphony No. 5: I. Allegro con brioMusicAeterna/Teodor CurrentzisSony 19075884972Michael's choice:Louis-Gabriel Guillemain : Symphony in E flat major, Op. 14 No.2 : I. AllegroBrillance IndéniableAlana Youssefian (violin), Le Bien AiméAvie AV2412Jeremy's choice:Morton Gould – SymphonettesConga from Symphonette No. 4ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra/Arthur FagenNaxos 8559869This podcast was presented by BBC Music Magazine’s deputy editor Jeremy Pound, with reviews editor Michael Beek and editorial assistant Freya Parr. The jingles were composed by Christopher Maxim and the episode was produced by Jack Bateman and Ben Youatt.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this month's podcast, we announce the winners of this year's BBC Music Magazine Awards and listen to a track from our Recording of the Year. Plus, we discuss the enduring relationship between two artistic forms: classical music and fashion.We also look back on the recent highlights of musicians innovating during the lockdown period while they're not able to work in the usual way. These include mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnston's new cookbook: Notes from Musicians' Kitchens, and the English National Opera's plans for drive-in opera at Alexandra Palace. We also discuss the handful of orchestras and concert halls that are offering concert tickets to NHS workers following the lockdown.As usual, we've each brought along a recording we've been enjoying, including a violin arrangement of Beethoven's Piano Concerto and José Serebrier's Flute Concerto.THE MAGAZINEBBC Music Magazine Awards Recording of the Year:Purcell: King ArthurAnna Dennis, Mhairi Lawson, Rowan Pierce, Carolyn Sampson (sopranos), Jeremy Budd (high tenor), James Way (tenor), Roderick Williams (baritone), Ashley Riches (bass-baritone)Gabrieli Players, Paul McCreeshSignum SIGCD589Recording of the Month:Debussy & RameauVíkingur Ólafsson (piano)DG 4837701FIRST LISTENFreya's choice:José Serebrier: Flute ConcertoSharon Bezaly (flute), Australian Chamber Orchestra/Richard Tognetti BIS BIS2423Oliver's choice:Beethoven: Piano Concertos Part 2Inon Barnatan (piano), Academy of St Martin in the FieldsPentatone PTC5186824Michael's choice:Amours, toujours!Smoking JoséphineNaive V5469This podcast was presented by BBC Music Magazine’s editor Oliver Condy, with reviews editor Michael Beek and editorial assistant Freya Parr. The jingles were composed by Christopher Maxim and the episode was produced by Jack Bateman and Ben Youatt.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this month's podcast, we reflect on some of our favourite concerts that have been streamed online over the past few weeks, and suggest a few to look out for in the coming months. Plus, we discuss the new virtual festival of the arts 'Culture in Quarantine' on BBC Arts.Also this month, we discuss the fabulous virtuosity of violinist and conductor Maxim Vengerov as he marks 40 years on stage, and Ravi Shankar, whose centenary we are celebrating in our May issue.As usual, we've each brought along a recording we've been enjoying, from an orchestral work inspired by the Canary Islands to a choral piece based on an Estonian folk hymn.THE MAGAZINEMaxim VengerovRavel: Violin SonataMaxim Vengerov, Roustem Saïtkoulov at Carnegie Hall in 2018 (available on Idagio)Cover CD:Bruckner: Symphony No. 8BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Donald RunniclesFIRST LISTENFreya's choice:Chigaday (La Gomera) - for OrchestraGustavo Díaz-Jerez: Maghek – Seven Symphonic Poems About The Canary IslandsRoyal Scottish National Orchestra/Eduardo PortalSignum Classics SIGCD612Oliver's choice:Whilst greater is our poverty, still greater is our blessingKreek: The Suspended Harp of BabelVox ClamantisECM 4819041Jeremy's choice:Mathias: Harp Sonata, Second Movement: Allegro VivoA Vision of Time and EternityMichelle Gott (harp)Naxos 8.574053This podcast was presented by BBC Music Magazine’s editor Oliver Condy, with deputy editor Jeremy Pound and editorial assistant Freya Parr. The jingles were composed by Christopher Maxim and the episode was produced by Jack Bateman and Ben Youatt.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the April issue of the BBC Music Magazine Podcast, we discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on music festivals across the globe. We also look at the recently released list of PRS Women Changing Music, which features a number of film composers. Also this month, we flick through the latest issue of BBC Music Magazine, which features pianist Angela Hewitt on the cover. We reflect on the tragic story of her broken Fazioli piano, which hit headlines earlier this year. You’ll also get to hear an extract from our Recording of the Month: Federico Colli performing Domenico Scarlatti’s piano sonatas.As always, we’ve each brought along a new recording we’ve discovered this month, including works by Caroline Shaw, Bernard Hughes and Nikolai Tcherepnin. * PLEASE NOTE: This episode was recorded a couple of weeks ago. Because of the fast-paced nature of the coronavirus outbreak, some of our references to its impact on the music scene may already be out of date.THE MAGAZINE:D Scarlatti:  Sonata KK427 in G major D Scarlatti: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 2Federico Colli (piano)Chandos CHAN20134FIRST LISTEN:Michael’s choice:Not Now, Bernard – Part 1Not Now, Bernard and other storiesAlexander Armstrong (narrator), Orchestra of the Swan/Tom HammondOrchid Classics ORC100115Oliver’s choice:Caroline Shaw: SchismaHealing ModesBrooklyn RiderIn A Circle Records IRC014Jeremy’s choice:Nikolai Tcherepnin: Narcisse et Echo, Op. 40Bamberger Symphoniker/Łukasz BorowiczCPO 555250-2This podcast was presented by BBC Music Magazine’s editor Oliver Condy, with deputy editor Jeremy Pound and reviews editor Michael Beek. The jingles were composed by Christopher Maxim and the episode was produced by Jack Bateman and Ben Youatt.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the March 2020 edition of the BBC Music Magazine Podcast! This month we discuss the news that the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will only travel by train (rather than plane) on its upcoming tour, as part of its commitment to becoming carbon neutral. We also look at new research which uncovers the fact that Beethoven may not, in fact, have been completely deaf when his final symphony was premiered. Also this episode, we explore the genius of Polish composer Grażyna Bacewicz and hear one of her stunning string quartets. Another iconic Eastern European composer is also celebrated this month: Sofia Gubaidulina, who is featured in this month’s issue having recently been awarded the prestigious RPS Gold Medal.As always, we’ve each brought along our favourite new musical discoveries this month, including chamber works by Lili Boulanger, piano miniatures by Kancheli and new orchestral works by Lithuanian composer Raminta Šerkšnytė. This episode is presented by managing editor Rebecca Franks, who is joined by editorial assistant Freya Parr and deputy editor Jeremy Pound. It was produced by Ben Youatt and Jack Bateman.News:Molto Vivace from Beethoven's Symphony No. 9Minnesota Orchestra/Osmo VänskäBIS BISSACD1616The Magazine:Vivo from Bacewicz's String Quartet No. 3Lutosławski QuartetNaxos 8572806Sofia Gubaidulina: ChaconneAnna Vinnitskaya (piano) Ambroisie AM177First Listen:Rebecca's choice:Demain fera un an (Tomorrow it will be a year)Clairières: Songs by Lili and Nadia BoulangerNicholas Phan (tenor), Myra Huang (piano)Avie AV2414Jeremy's choice:Extraordinary Exhibition Kancheli: 33 MiniaturesGeorge Vatchnadze (piano), Suren Bagratuni (cello)Piano Classics PCL10198Freya's choice:Songs of Sunset and Dawn: III. Morning. Eternal MorningWorks by Raminta Šerkšnytė Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra/Mirga Gražinytė-TylaDeutsche Grammophon 4837761  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Immediate Media
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Started
Jan 30th, 2014
Latest Episode
Feb 3rd, 2021
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153
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