Each month during the season the London Philharmonic Orchestra releases a new edition of its audio podcast. We bring you interviews with conductors and soloists, pre-concert talks recorded at Royal Festival Hall and previews of our latest CD releases on the LPO Label.
Most of our old podcasts are still available via itunes, and we've included a selection of our favourites below.
The LPO's Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski looks at Rachmaninoff's early Symphony No. 1 and Messiaen's inventive use of birdsong (December 2014)
Opening our year-long festival Rachmaninoff: Inside Out, Vladimir Jurowski and pianist Pavel Kolesnikov talk about their relationship with the music of Rachmaninoff (October 2014)
Vladimir Jurowski introduces Shostakovich's dramatic symphonic depiction of war - his Symphony No. 8 (September 2014)
Vladimir Jurowski introduces a new composer to the LPO and returns to Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 (April 2014)
Colour and eternity: the rich and vibrant musical world of Messiaen's Des canyons aux étoiles explored (March 2014)
Composer James MacMillan talks about creating his new viola concerto, recently given its world premiere by the LPO and Lawrence Power (February 2014)
LPO Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski introduces Mahler's monumental Sixth Symphony, and explains why he feels that Beethoven needs to be performed regularly by all orchestras. (January 2014)