Volume 38, Issue 1
British Composer Award - Robin Haigh
Robin Haigh, winner of the the Small Chamber Prize with In Feyre Forest, discusses his work
Why Play Modern Music?
Peter Bowman makes the case for more adventurous new music
Guilty as Charged?
Barbara Law argues that home-grown talent is not behind the times - but more is needed!
Mixing Old and New
Tabea Debus launches her latest project - XXIV Fantasie per il Flauto based on Telemann's work of 1733.
Working with Keiskamma Academy
Chris Orton tells us about the first overseas tour of students from this South African academy for vulnerable rural children.
Spotlight on three thriving amateur ensembles
Barbara Law introduces Stoke Gifford Players, Morley College's Consort and Phoenix Recorder Orchestra.
Bridging the Gap
Evelyn Nallen shows how bringing the amateur and professional together on stage can be a success
Jim and Pam and Pam and Jim by Graham Fitkin
Introducing Graham Fitkin, composer of this month's Centrespread
The Recorder: a Chameleon?
A report on the discussion at the Austrian ERTA Conference
Directed by Handel
Olwen Foulkes discusses her debut CD.