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Prof John Irving (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance) introduces Mozart's Piano concertos Nos.24 & 25.

Recorded live at the Barbican Centre, London.

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Robert Levin discuss improvisation with Prof John Rink as part of the 2012 Humanitas lecture series.

Recorded live at the University of Cambridge.

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Sandy Burnett (musician and broadcaster) introduces Handel's festive masterpiece, Messiah.

Recorded live at the Barbican Centre, London.

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Alexandra Coghlan (writer and critic) hosts a panel discussion with Gergely Madaras, Rachel Brown and Masumi Nagasawa introducing The Grand Tour: Vienna and Paris.

Recorded live at Milton Court Concert Hall, London.

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Dr Anthony Pryer (Goldsmiths College, London) introduces Monteverdi's operatic masterpiece, L'incoronazione di Poppea.

Recorded live at the Barbican Centre, London.

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Dr Ruth Smith (writer, speaker, broadcaster) introduces The Grand Tour: Handel in London, a programme of Arne, Boyce and Handel.

Recorded live at West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge.

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Producer Philip Hobbs shares his thoughts on JS Bach's St John Passion, including his role in the recording process and how moments in this new release will “make shivers run up and down your spine”.

Phil produced the AAM's recording of the Passion released Easter 2014 (digital version on 4 March, physical version on 31 March). Find out more at www.aam.co.uk/stjohnpassion

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Tenor James Gilchrist shares his thoughts on JS Bach's St John Passion, including the role of the Evangelist, the benefits of performing on period instruments and the reasons why this masterpiece "lives for me time and time again".

James takes the role of the Evangelist in the AAM's recording of the Passion released Easter 2014 (digital version on 4 March, physical version on 31 March). Find out more at www.aam.co.uk/stjohnpassion
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Dr Simon Heighes (musicologist, broadcaster and writer) introduces a programme of Vivaldi, Wassenaer and Pergolesi.


Recorded live at the Barbican, London on 31 January 2014.
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Edward Blakeman (author of Faber Pocket Guide to Handel) hosts a discussion Bernard Labadie before the AAM's performance of Handel's Messiah in December 2013.


Recorded live at the Barbican, London on 17 December 2013.
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