PROFILE - Classical Music Daily's occasional series of interviews, profiles and tributes

Profile is Classical Music Daily's occasional series of interviews, profiles and tributes

 

Profile. From Live Performance to Live Streaming - Anett Fodor continues her series of interviews with some of our era's most interesting artists, and today she talks to British pianist Leon McCawley about some of the new challenges to artistic life

Profile. Until Dawn - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Austrian composer, violinist and lecturer Thomas Wally

Multiple Minds - The Concert Music of Mark Arnest: A Preliminary Investigation into the eclectic American composer, by Gordon Andrew R

Profile. Beautiful Things - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Croatian-American musician and peace activist Nenad Bach, who finds the power of music undeniable, like the power of love

Profile. Connecting the Natural and Human Worlds - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to the Welsh composer Hilary Tann

A Double Career - Giuseppe Pennisi describes his life as an economist in the world of music

Portraits. Jakub Józef Orliński - Anett Fodor writes about the Polish counter tenor and his latest album

George Flynn on CD: An Overview - Esdras Mugatik explores the work of this American composer

Profile. Creative High Points - George Colerick tells the story of Beethoven's influence on Romantic and nineteenth century music

Profile. Universality of Emotion - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to American composer Rain Worthington

Profile. An Early Maturity - George Colerick spotlights 1823, a critical year in the career of Franz Schubert

Profile. Stream of Consciousness - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Canadian oboist and composer Elizabeth Raum

Profile. Collecting Gems - Ron Bierman talks to the American tenor Carl Tanner

Profile. Tragic Expression - George Colerick discusses Georges Bizet, as the most vital French opera composer since Berlioz

Profile. A Silver Age - George Colerick writes about Franz Lehár, probably the greatest twentieth century composer of operettas

Profile. A Controversial Figure? - George Colerick investigates the younger Franz Liszt

Profile. Spectacular Productions - George Colerick explores the rise and decline of French composer Charles Gounod

Portraits. Zoltán Kodály: Part II - by Anett Fodor

Profile. An Innate Songster - On George Gershwin's birthday, George Colerick takes a critical look at the composer of 'Rhapsody in Blue'

Portraits. Zoltán Kodály: Part I - From the Academy to His First Success, by Anett Fodor

Glorifying Finnish History - On the birthday of Jean Sibelius, George Colerick discusses the Finnish composer and his music in the light of the politics of the time

Profile. Only the Screen - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to the Belgian singer and conductor Tore Tom Denys

Profile. Crafting a Musical Life - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Austrian composer Eva Reiter

Profile. Music Speaks for Itself - An interview with the composer Paul Carr, by Anett Fodor

Profile. In Search of Musical Text - Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Austrian-Czech composer Šimon Voseček

Profile. Bartók: The Inspired Collector - Anett Fodor discusses the Hungarian composer's love of both folk music and nature

Profile. Convincing Performances - Ron Bierman talks to American mezzo Ginger Costa-Jackson

Profile. A Forgotten Composer in England - Richard Meszto writes about Hungarian-born Emanuel Moór

Profile. Heart and Empathy - Ron Bierman talks to Frederica von Stade, who is in San Diego to perform in Jake Heggie's 'Three Decembers'

Profile. Genuine Artistic Perspectives - George Colerick discusses the music of Sergei Prokofiev with reference to the Soviet authorities

Profile. Prodigious appetite for repertoire - Ron Bierman talks to coloratura soprano Alisa Jordheim

Amazingly Kind - Keith Bramich marks the passing of South African-born composer John Joubert, who died on 7 January

Profile. No Vulgar Commercialiser - George Colerick tells the story of Louis Jullien, a French impressario, composer and conductor famous in London in the nineteenth century

Profile. A Gold Mine - Roderic Dunnett visits Birmingham to talk to John Joubert

A Seasoned Champion of New Music - Argentinian-American pianist Mirian Conti in conversation with Andrew Schartmann

An Integral Part - Lindsey Wallis looks forward to the Canadian Music Centre's tribute concert to composer Roberta Stephen

Letter to Louise Talma (Never Sent) - by Jenna Orkin

Think of Something Beautiful - Malcolm Miller pays tribute to contralto Sybil Michelow

 

 

All material © 1998-2020 Classical Music Daily,
various authors and photographers.
All rights of the original copyright holders
are reserved, and are credited where known.
Formerly known as Music & Vision
The world's first daily classical music magazine
Founding Editor: Basil Ramsey (1929-2018);
Editor: Keith Bramich