This week you’ll find us once more exploring our interview archive, travelling back to 2012 and listening in to a conversation between Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes and Jon Tolansky about the piano work of Beethoven.
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This week we revisit a series of interviews which took place in late 2018 to coincide early the following year with the release of the film The Favourite.
This week, we’ve got an inspiring conversation between Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola and her friend Erin J Gilbert, curator of Modern and Contemporary African and African American Art, where they talk about creative process and storytelling.
In this week’s archive edition, we speak to Scottish composer and conductor, Sir James MacMillan, whose Stabat Mater was premiered at the Barbican in October 2016.
In this week's podcast, we're delving into our archive, looking back to January 2019 and a conversation with actor, director, writer and perfume creator Richard E. Grant.
Bringing our series of inspiring conversations to a close - Dickie Beau speaks to his friend and mentor, Fiona Shaw, for a poetic and even philosophical conversation about creation, perfection, intricacies of language and capturing your audience.
London-based cross-disciplinary creative, Jamie Hale talks to award-winning comedian, Hannah Gadsby in our new podcast series where artists invite someone who has inspired or impacted their creative lives to share the stories behind their connection.
Boy Blue's Michael Asante talks to Oscar-winning director, Danny Boyle in the first of our new podcast series where artists invite someone who has inspired or impacted their creative lives to share the stories behind their connection.
In this episode from May 2017, Ben Eshmade speaks to DJ, producer and musician Sasha about 're-Fracted', his live debut performance at the Barbican over two sold out nights.
Another visit to the archive – in this episode, we time travel to February 2017 to listen to a series of interviews with the team of collaborators who brought the three-dimensional Japanese vocaloid singer, Hatsune Miku, to the Barbican Hall.