At Home interviews

Instrumentalists, conductors and music fans who've featured on Bachtrack At Home.

Users of Bachtrack At Home: “sphericon”

In the next in our series of features on the people that use Bachtrack At Home, we get to know the one they call “sphericon”. 

Matthew Kofi Waldren on Verdi's Requiem

On 15th December we invited the opera conductor to participate in a live Twitter Q & A on Verdi’s Requiem. Here are the results. 

Users of Bachtrack At Home: “Jack Steinbeck”

In the first feature on the users of Bachtrack At Home, “Jack Steinbeck” tells us of his love for Mozart, Sibelius and Janine Jansen. 

An interview with Matthew Kofi Waldren

Ahead of his live Twitter Q & A on 14th December, we get to know opera conductor Matthew Waldren. 

Singing the unhinged: Stuart Skelton

Stuart Skelton doesn't think he's an actor – but he does push audiences to the limit of their emotional pain threshold. Ahead of singing Otello in Bergen, Skelton tells us how and why. 

Q & A with Marianna Shirinyan

Ahead of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra’s live stream on 2nd November, we caught up with their soloist Marianna Shirinyan. 

Everest for the Pianist: Anna Fedorova

Anna Fedorova is the featured artist in our next At Home Concert Club, so we caught up with her to talk about her musical background and approach to playing Rachmaninov.

Ed Gardner: Bringing Bergen to the world

The conductor talks streaming and touring as he starts his third season with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra 

Interview with François-Xavier Roth

Ahead of Gürzenich Orchestra's live stream on 3rd October, we caught up with Chief Conductor François-Xavier Roth. 

Creating the moment: Markus Stenz

Ahead of his live-streamed performance of Beethoven's Ninth with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, we caught up with conductor Markus Stenz.