A collection of interviews from Music Matters on Radio 3
Scottish-born composer Thea Musgrave talks to Tom Service about her life in music.
Petroc Trelawny at the piano with accompanist Roger Vignoles, ahead of his 70th birthday
Dame Fanny Waterman, now 95, talks about her life & Leeds International Piano Competition
Italian director Damiano Michieletto talks to Tom Service before his Covent Garden debut.
Pianist Murray Perahia talks to Tom Service about the music which currently occupies him.
Conductor Alain Altinoglu talks to Tom Service for Music Matters, 13th June 2015.
Dutch soprano Elly Ameling, now in her 80s, talks to Tom Service about her musical career
Tom Service meets Jiri Belohlavek, chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic.
Music Director of the New York Philharmonic Alan Gilbert talks to Tom Service.
Tom Service meets the German-born composer and conductor Matthias Pintscher.
The pianist Leif Ove Andsnes talks to Tom Service about his 'Beethoven Journey'.
Pianist (and conservationist) Helene Grimaud spoke to Tom Service for Music Matters.
Alice Coote discusses perception of gender in opera, with director Susannah Waters.
Soprano & conductor Barbara Hannigan talks to Tom about her dual life & musical passions.
Conductor Mark Elder talks to Petroc Trelawny about his career to-date.
Celebrated Russian-born pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy talks to Tom Service.
Robert Lloyd, who turned 75 in 2015, talks to Petroc Trelawny about his singing career.
Tom Service in an in-depth interview with conductor Kent Nagano.
Tom Service talks to Viktoria Mullova, a violinist of exceptional versatility & integrity
Tom Service meets Michael Tilson Thomas, music director of the San Francisco Symphony.
Acclaimed Ukrainian conductor Kirill Karabits talks to Petroc Trelawny for Music Matters.
Gary Yershon talks to Petroc about his Oscar-nominated music for Mike Leigh's "Mr Turner"
Opera North's Richard Mantle talks about the challenges of running a touring company.
Nico Muhly talks about 3 principles his new works must have, and musicians of the future.