In the lion’s den | Daniel Harding

- 28 April 2013

A new principal conductorship is always a risk on both sides, but when Daniel Harding took over at the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra it was one of those relationships that just seemed to work from day one. He tells Keith Clarke why, and talks about early days with Rattle and Abbado, getting the right agent, and why conductors should be more like Roger Federer

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