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.
Performances of Macbeth from the 1880s brought to life by Dr Lucy Munro (April 2016)
Professor Russ McDonald on composers throughout the ages who used Shakespeare's plays as inspiration. (March 2016)
Orchestral musicians discuss the role of the conductor, and Vladimir Jurowski reveals the history behind his grandfather's orchestration of 10 Rachmaninoff Songs (February 2016)
The LPO's new Principal Guest Conductor, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, in conversation (December 2015)
Composer Krzysztof Penderecki and horn soloist Radovan Vlatković discuss 'Winterreise' (October 2015)
Ever wondered how an orchestral series is put together? Here's your chance to find out. (September 2015)
Enter the musical world of mid 19th century Paris - music by Debussy and Lalo (May 2015)