Jeremy Pound

Jeremy Pound

Jeremy Pound is deputy editor of BBC Music Magazine

19/04/2018

Season highlights include Debussy and Bernstein celebrations

16/04/2018

The composer and cellist tell us about the world premiere of Simpson's new Cello Concerto, commissioned by the BBC Philharmonic

15/12/2017

Trumpeter to take over as artistic director of prestigious event

23/11/2017

We take part in the BPI's annual Nordoff Robbins classical music quiz

22/11/2017

Leading Russian baritone dies aged 55

20/06/2017

Scottish mezzo is first Briton to win prestigious competition

01/06/2017

Former BBC Symphony Orchestra chief conductor dies aged 71

31/01/2017

Sir Colin Davis protegé to take up new post in autumn 2017

25/01/2017

We celebrate Burns Night in the company of the great composers

13/01/2017

What happens when a composer writes a work that is simply too difficult for its intended performers? Jeremy Pound takes a look at ten such examples

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