CD Spotlight. A Very Joyous Disc - Brahms arranged by Kenneth Woods impresses Alice McVeigh. '... this is an excellent performance representing a useful, joyful and even inspired addition to the orchestral repertoire.'
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Profile is Classical Music Daily's occasional series of interviews, profiles and tributes
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