Classical:NEXT Public Talk
(in cooperation with Gramophone Magazine)

  • event type: Classical:NEXT 16 conference
  • start date: 26 May 2016
  • time: 18:30 - 19:30
  • city/area: Rotterdam
  • venue:De Doelen, Eduard Flipse Zaal (first floor)
  • country: Netherlands
  • event submitted by: Piranha Arts

Interviewee: K. Heymann (Germany), President, Naxos
Interviewer: J. Jolly (UK), Editor-in Chief, Gramophone Magazine

Few figures have had such a radical influence on the shape of the recording industry over so many years as founder of Naxos, Klaus Heymann. From shaking up the pricing of CDs, to developing a world-wide distribution business – and along the way releasing many critical acclaimed recordings from artists as diverse as Leonard Slatkin, St John's College Cambridge and Marin Alsop – his impact on classical music has been visionary and long-lasting.

Join us, as Gramophone's Editor-in-Chief James Jolly interviews Klaus Heymann about his extraordinary career and invites him to share his thoughts on where recording is headed now.



Klaus Heymann by NaxosJames Jolly by Gramophone Benjamin Ealovega

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