Signum Classics picked up two prizes at today’s prestigious BBC Music Magazine Awards 2014, winning both categories in which it was nominated: the Choral Award and the Opera Award.
Albion Media is recruiting a Publicist to be actively involved in a range of projects, attend performances and events and help to build one of Europe’s most successful PR and marketing agencies in the field.
His Wigmore Hall date comes in advance of the four-month Colin Currie Percussion Festival at Southbank Centre in autumn 2014.
The exclusive new deal encompasses new works and collaborations, as well as the release in April on Deutsche Grammophon of his best-selling solo albums Infra, 24 Postcards in Full Colour, Songs from Before and The Blue Notebooks.
Piemontesi’s concert dates complement the March release of his first solo album for Naïve featuring Mozart piano works.
The stunning Devonshire village of Branscombe once again plays host to some of the world’s top musicians when the Branscombe Festival returns on Friday 25 – Sunday 27 July 2014.
Mahogany Opera Group takes audiences on a journey into the darkly-comic, subversive world of HK Gruber’s ‘cabaret opera’ Gloria – A Pigtale.
With works by Caetano Veloso, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Marisa Monte, and Zequinha de Abreu, Stradivarius in Rio is released in April 2014.
The Genesis Foundation has commissioned three new settings of the “Stabat Mater” from three leading composers working across Europe today: Alissa Firsova, Tõnu Kõrvits and Matthew Martin. Premieres to be given by Harry Christophers and The Sixteen.
The Menuhin Competition 2014 announces Japanese Rennosuke Fukuda (14) and Dutch-American Stephen Waarts (17) as this year's junior and senior first prize winners.