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Anthony Weeden

Weeden wows on Stage and Screen

Tuesday 9 October 2018

Composer, conductor, orchestrator Anthony Weeden starts his season writing the music for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2018, and with a new film release, new orchestrations and orchestral collaborations.

BBC Music Magazine November edition

Jack Liebeck: The Virtuoso Violin - BBC Music Magazine's Paganini Celebration

Monday 1 October 2018

Violinist and festival director Jack Liebeck features as the cover album for the November edition of BBC Music Magazine. Curated to celebrate Paganini, the most pre-eminent violinist of the 19th century, Julian Haylock introduces a stunning showcase of fiery works for violin, "played by one of today’s brightest stars".

Eamonn Dougan © Benjamin Harte

Eamonn Dougan conducts Paris debut and MacMillan world premiere

Thursday 27 September 2018

Eamonn Dougan starts his season in Paris conducting his debut with Accentus at La Seine Musicale, and directing the world premiere of Sir James MacMillan's 'All The Hills And Vales Along' at The Cumnock Tryst.

Leonardo 'Shaping the Invisible'

I Fagiolini: 'Leonardo - Shaping the Invisible' new CD collaboration

Wednesday 19 September 2018

We are thrilled to announce that I Fagiolini's new album 'Leonardo - Shaping the Invisible' will be released for Da Vinci’s 500th anniversary on award-winning record label, CORO in April 2019. 

Rachel Podger wins Gramophone's 2018 'Artist of the Year' Award

Rachel Podger wins Gramophone's 2018 'Artist of the Year' Award

Friday 14 September 2018

“Rachel Podger's Midas touch” (The Sunday Times) strikes again; we’re delighted to announce that Rachel has been named as Gramophone Magazine’s ‘Artist of the Year’.

Vivanco Missa Assumpsit Jesus © Hyperion

Hollingworth's sizzling summer and Spanish CD release

Friday 29 June 2018

Robert Hollingworth and De Profundis’ CD of music by Spanish composer Vivanco, Missa Assumpsit Jesus and Motets, is released today on Hyperion as Robert rounds off a successful 17/18 season in conducting style.

Robert Hollingworth © Riccardo Cavallari

Hollingworth appointed Artistic Director of Stour Music from 2020

Friday 1 June 2018

Stour Music, the early music festival founded by Alfred Deller in 1962, has announced that his son Mark, who has been running the festival for the past 44 years, will be standing down as Festival Director in 2019, and will be succeeded as Artistic Director by Robert Hollingworth, director of I Fagiolini.

Jack Liebeck

Liebeck - Life through a Lens

Monday 23 April 2018

Discussing his life as a festival director, soloist and photographer, Jack appears as guest editor for the May edition of Classical Music Magazine. Exploring the many facets of his creative life, he also talks about his love of science and art ahead of his own Oxford May Music Festival (3-7 May).

CD cover artwork for Le Quattro Stagioni

Rachel Podger: A Woman for All Seasons

Thursday 19 April 2018

Celebrating the launch of her much awaited next Vivaldi album on Channel Classics, Le Quattro Stagione; the world premiere performance of A Guardian Angel with VOCES8 including new commission by Owain Park; and a whole host of touring and territory debuts to gild this significant birthday year - Rachel Podger truly is ‘A Woman of All Seasons’.

Eamonn Dougan © Simon Jay Price

Easter with Eamonn

Friday 16 March 2018

Busy bunny Eamonn Dougan has a packed Easter schedule ahead including a new collaboration with DR VokalEnsemblet for Sir James MacMillan’s mesmerising St Luke’s Passion in Copenhagen and Brussels during Holy Week, and a Stravinsky and Mozart 'eggstravaganza' with Britten Sinfonia Voices on 28 March as part of the Esa-Pekka Salonen Composer Focus at the Barbican Centre.

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