>I love it when my second-favorite magazine meets the interests of my first:
“The young miller is naive, vulnerable and over-enthusiastic, with a poetic imagination, but not psychotic! As to the cycle’s ending, his death in the brook makes me think of the Philip Pullman trilogy His Dark Materials. Pullman imagines death as a dispersal into the universe, an absorption into the cosmos, and that’s very much the sense we have here.”
–Tenor Mark Padmore talking about Schubert’s Die schone Mullerin in the November issue of Gramophone.