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We are saddened to hear that the conductor Bramwell Tovey has passed away. Known for his work with Brass Bands & orchestras, he will be greatly missed.

BBC R3 Disc of the Week!

Georgia Mann enjoys Donohoe's Mendelssohn.

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Happy 85th Maestro!

Wishing maestro Neeme Järvi a happy 85th birthday.

Neeme Järvi on Chandos

Critics Circle Award

TTOTS is the joint winner for Outstanding Achievement!

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Dutilleux wins BBC Award!

SoL/Wilson win Orchestral award for third year running!

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Presto Record of Year

English Music for Strings is Presto Music's 2021 Pick

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Gramophone Awards

Peter Grimes named 'Record of the Year!'

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Sinfonia of London debut!

SoL & John Wilson make stunning Proms debut

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Recording with Sir Roger

Francesca Dego shares experiences in the Strad

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Thais wins Juno Award!

Sir Andrew Davis disc wins Best Classical Album (Vocal)

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The Prison wins a GRAMMY

Smyth premiere recording wins at March 2021 awards.

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Barry Douglas Podcast

Father-son-duo Barry & Liam start new music podcast.

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Brodsky Quartet

Celebrating their 50th Anniversary, the Brodsky Quartet has performed more than 3000 concerts on the major concert stages of the world and has released more than sixty recordings. A natural curiosity and insatiable desire to explore have propelled the group in many artistic directions and continue to ensure it not only a place at the very forefront of the international chamber music scene but also a rich and varied musical existence.

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“… What I like very much about Menses and Wyss’s recordings of the sonatas is the sense of an equal partnership. Perhaps this is partly due to the engineering which gets it exactly right, but I think it may also be the way Wyss brings out expressive detail in the piano part…  This new Avie recording is certainly worth hearing …”

“… What I like very much about Menses and Wyss’s recordings of the sonatas is the sense of an equal partnership. Perhaps this is partly due to the engineering which gets it exactly right, but I think it may also be the way Wyss brings out expressive detail in the piano part…  This new Avie recording is certainly worth hearing …”

Andrew Farach-Colton – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“… the highlight is Helen Tulve’s L’ombre derrière toi … There is the whiff of vintage Saariaho is more than the French title, with delectable textures and an argument in constant flux. But this is Tulve’s own music substantial, tightly bound and with an inevitability about it that often eluded later Saariaho …”

“… the highlight is Helen Tulve’s L’ombre derrière toi … There is the whiff of vintage Saariaho is more than the French title, with delectable textures and an argument in constant flux. But this is Tulve’s own music substantial, tightly bound and with an inevitability about it that often eluded later Saariaho …”

Andrew Mellor – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“… the fecundity and freshness of Ye’s invention sustains the listener’s interest and the solo instrumental writing is often ravishing. Adding to the interest of much of the orchestral writing is a notable undercurrent of melancholy not dissimilar to that found in the music of John Barry… The performances of the soloists and orchestra are excellent throughout and the sound is of BIS’s highest quality.”

“… the fecundity and freshness of Ye’s invention sustains the listener’s interest and the solo instrumental writing is often ravishing. Adding to the interest of much of the orchestral writing is a notable undercurrent of melancholy not dissimilar to that found in the music of John Barry… The performances of the soloists and orchestra are excellent throughout and the sound is of BIS’s highest quality.”

Christian Hoskins – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“… Ronald Brautigam performs the first three (of five surviving) piano concertos… each of these works is a satisfying self-contained listening experience in itself… None of this music is going to challenge Mozart and Beethoven but all of it, and the C major in particular, is worth revisiting, especially in such committed and sympathetic performances as these.”

“… Ronald Brautigam performs the first three (of five surviving) piano concertos… each of these works is a satisfying self-contained listening experience in itself… None of this music is going to challenge Mozart and Beethoven but all of it, and the C major in particular, is worth revisiting, especially in such committed and sympathetic performances as these.”

David Threasher – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“… Ariane Matiakh’s performance of the symphony is beautifully done and can be recommended … Her performance of Vers la voûte étoilée similarly holds its own … “

“… Ariane Matiakh’s performance of the symphony is beautifully done and can be recommended … Her performance of Vers la voûte étoilée similarly holds its own … “

Christian Hoskins – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“… This recording is worth investigating for the Piano Concerto alone, and I hope more pianists are inspired by Sicroff to take up this odd but rewarding score.”

“… This recording is worth investigating for the Piano Concerto alone, and I hope more pianists are inspired by Sicroff to take up this odd but rewarding score.”

Andrew Farach-Colton – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“An enjoyably no-nonsense kind of playing makes the opening of Bach’s Concerto in D minor, BWV1052, extremely striking. Soloist Andrew Arthur and the one-to-a-part strings of The Hanover Band play with a feisty swing… this album is well worth your time…”

“An enjoyably no-nonsense kind of playing makes the opening of Bach’s Concerto in D minor, BWV1052, extremely striking. Soloist Andrew Arthur and the one-to-a-part strings of The Hanover Band play with a feisty swing… this album is well worth your time…”

Mark Seow – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

“Bright, brash, breezy: attributes one often associates with American orchestral music and which Peter Boyer (b1970) delivers in spadefuls… Under the composer’s direction, the London Symphony Orchestra provide performances as committed as one could hope for.”

“Bright, brash, breezy: attributes one often associates with American orchestral music and which Peter Boyer (b1970) delivers in spadefuls… Under the composer’s direction, the London Symphony Orchestra provide performances as committed as one could hope for.”

Guy Rickards – Gramophone magazine – September 2022

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