A family affair
James Picton-Turbervill is the the fifth member of his family to join the Bach Choir. He explains what this connection means to him ahead...
Work in progress – Frobenius & Sons
The new home of Danish organ builder Frobenius & Sons keeps the north winds out and some intriguing projects in,Read More
Louder than words
In November, Selwyn College Choir will help launch a new sacred music anthology. The curator, Louise Stewart, speaks to Harriet Clifford about her social...
From the archives: Vision & spirit
Edition Peters is known by singers and organists alike, but behind the recognisable green cover lies ‘one of the most tragic,Read More
From the archives: Rising to glory
Blenheim Palace is steeped in history, from the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, to the organ from the peak of Henry Willis’s career.
From the archives: Elgar, Ego and EnglandTo mark the launch of our new digital archive, here is Wilfrid Mellers's essay 'Elgar, Ego and England' from the October/November 1994 issue.
Eternal RestThe launch of a CD in November recalls atrocities that shook the world. British-Norwegian composer Andrew Smith talks to the Editor about his Requiem.
Daniel Ficarri’s Exultation for solo organRead More
Starting BlocksA new US organ builder under the age of 35? Jonathan Ambrosino reviews Ortloff Organ Company’s first instrument
Light conductorSofi Jeannin talks to Stephen Pritchard about the importance of training, her love of British music, and stepping into David Hill’s shoes