The music that’ll be on our minds in coming weeks - and should be on yours
So much going on but so little time. That’s what we’ve experienced here in the office and you must feel the same, so we’ve pulled together what we think you’ll like to see, hear, attend and buy. It’s our first one and we’d love to know what you think of our selection.
- The cinema: Can Dario Marianelli make it two Oscars?
- The artist: The genius of Glenn Gould
- …and discover his best recordings here
- The concert: The man who beat Bryn Terfel sings in London
- The CD: Beethoven sonatas series ends on a high
- For your playlist: When classical music lets its hair down
- Talk around the office…
Ever since Keira Knightley confirmed she would be playing the title role, all eyes have been on director Joe Wright’s forthcoming period drama Anna Karenina. Knightly plays opposite Jude Law in Tom Stoppard’s adaptation of Tolstoy’s epic love story but beyond the starry cast expect an Oscar-contender soundtrack, too, with composer Dario Marianelli looking to add to his previous success on Wright’s Pride and Prejudice, and Atonement.
Universal. Released 7 September