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Diana Brekalo

  CDs by Diana Brekalo

Diana Brekalo was born and brought up in Stuttgart (Germany), and is of Croatian descent. Her formative studies in Germany were with Ana Hartauer, Monika Giurgiuman and Prof.S.Rudiakov, and by the age of twelve she had already won four first prizes as soloist and two first prizes as a chamber musician in the German "Jugend musiziert." Her musical development was continued through generous grants from the "Oskar und Vera Ritter" foundation, the Baden-Württemberg Associations Patronage Price, and the ZEIT grant in the "Deutsche Sitftung Musikleben". 

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Diana Brekalo


Benjamin Ellin

  CDs by Benjamin Ellin

Award winning British conductor and composer Benjamin Ellin is currently Music Director of Thursford Productions, Principal Conductor of the Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra, Music Director of the Southbank Centre’s Soundbank Ensemble, Music Director of Focus Opera and President of Pembroke Academy of Music, London.

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Benjamin Ellin


Nick Etheridge

  CDs by Nick Etheridge

Nick studied at Trinity College of Music London, and has been a professional performer for thirteen years. His interest in music began when as a ten year old he began to play comet in a local concert band in Ramsgate, Kent, but loved the sound of the low sounding instruments and soon moved to the tuba...

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Nick Etheridge


Tamás Fejes

  CDs by Tamás Fejes

TAMÁS FEJES was born into a family of musicians in Hungary, in Szeged.  At the age of 10 he won second prize in the ‘János Koncz’ national violin competition. He studied at Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest and while at the Academy he gave numerous recitals and had several appearances on Radio and TV.

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Tamás Fejes


Devorina Gamalova

  CDs by Devorina Gamalova

The Bulgarian-German musician and writer Devorina Gamalova graduated as a violin performer from the Specialist Music Gymnasium in Russe under Anelia Popova and from the State Academy of Music in Sofia under Bojan Letchev and Dora Bratchkova. She then studied violin teaching at the Music Academy in Dresden, Germany. Further postgraduate studies in violin and viola under the outstanding Russian violinist and violist Grigory Zhislin took her to Royal College of Music in London. After receiving The Leverhulme Trust Scholarship she studied another year at the GSMD under David Takeno. In 2002 she completed a second Higher Master Degree and in 2008 her PhD at the London College of Music (UWL) where she was awarded the Degree outright. She received prizes and awards from competitions and institutions for "high artistic achievement”, for popularisation of Bulgarian culture, and others.

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Devorina Gamalova


4 Girls 4 Harps

  CDs by 4 Girls 4 Harps

Since forming in 2000, the sound of 4 Girls 4 Harps has been heard in numerous venues and festivals in the UK and across Europe. The quartet has performed live on Friday Night is Music Night (BBC Radio 2) and was part of the opening celebrations of London’s newest concert hall complex, King’s Place. Their debut CD, ‘Fireworks and Fables’, was David Mellor’s ‘CD of the Week’ on Classic FM and has been broadcast on BBC Radio 2 and Radio 3, and as far afield as Canada and Australia.

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4 Girls 4 Harps


Rivka Golani

  CDs by Rivka Golani

Rivka Golani is now recognised as one of the great violists of modern times. Her contributions to the advancement of viola technique have already given her a place in the history of the instrument and have been an inspiration not only to other players but also to many composers who have been motivated by her mastery to write specially for the viola. More than 300 pieces have so far been written for Rivka including over 30 concertos: a record matched by no other violist in history, and by few soloists of any instrument or period.

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Rivka Golani


Christopher Gunning

  CDs by Christopher Gunning

Christopher Gunning’s career spans four decades as a composer of music for films, television, and the concert hall. His output includes seven symphonies and concertos for the piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone and guitar. As a conductor, Christopher has worked with the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Manchester Camerata, and the Central Band of the RAF, in concerts and/or recordings of his own music and of other composers.

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Catherine Handley

  CDs by Catherine Handley

Catherine Handley studied the flute with Gareth Morris at the Royal Academy of Music, where she was awarded a special prize for woodwind playing, and completed her training at the National Centre for Orchestral Studies.  She plays regularly with the English Symphony Orchestra, Welsh Sinfonia, Welsh Concert Orchestra, National Chamber Orchestra of Wales, Orchestra West and Mid Wales Opera, and has also played with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. 

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Catherine Handley


Richard Harwood

  CDs by Richard Harwood

Richard Harwood has performed concerti and recitals in major venues including London’s Royal Albert Hall, all of the South Bank Centre venues, Wigmore Hall, Musikverein (Vienna), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Alte Oper (Frankfurt), Thomaskirche (Leipzig) and the Auditorium du Louvre (Paris)...

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Richard Harwood


Christopher Horner

  CDs by Christopher Horner

Christopher Horner was born in London and studied violin at the ILEA Centre for Young Musicians, the Royal Academy of Music, Surrey University, and as a postgraduate in Barcelona. He is active as a recitalist and chamber musician performing throughout the UK, Europe and Southern Africa.

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Christopher Horner


Incantation

  CDs by Incantation

The band started in 1981 from a pool of musicians who were, at the time, playing all kinds of different types of music for the (then) Ballet Rambert, based in London. A new ballet was choreographed (called "Ghost Dances") about political oppression in South America, to the music of Inti-Illimani, the exiled Chilean folk group. The company preferred to use live musicians (rather than tapes) for performances, and six of the musicians volunteered. Authentic instruments were procured, and some time was spent perfecting how to play them. The show was a hit and before long the band was offered a recording contract. Incantation was chosen as the band's name, based on the word "Inca".

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Incantation


Keziah

  CDs by Keziah

As described by the New York Concert Review as ‘Stupendous…totally original and engaging’, British harpist Keziah Thomas enjoys a reputation of a lively and exciting concert artist. She has appeared in major venues and festivals throughout the world, including a solo tour of Japan for Aoyama Harps, and performances at the 8th, 9th and 10th World Harp Congresses in Geneva, Dublin and Amsterdam. Keziah was the winner of the 2003 London Harp Competition, the 2008 Camac Harp Competition and the 2011 Contemporary Record Society Performing Artists Competition.

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Keziah


King Paul and the Zeronaughts

  CDs by King Paul and the Zeronaughts

From the thames valley delta, London UK and the back woods of deepest Buckinghamshire UK, King Paul and the Zeronoughts emerged out of the fog. Formed one dark and stormy night, this, son of The Boogie Band which previously had toured extensively throughout the UK, is now out on the loose... feet firmly in the 50’s, keys safe and sound and a firm nod to the new!

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King Paul and the Zeronaughts


Artem Kotov

  CDs by Artem Kotov

Artem Kotov was born in Ekaterinburg in 1983 and started to play the violin at the age of six at the Ekaterinburg Academy of Music. At the age of nine, he performed the Bach E major violin concerto with the academy orchestra. Following several successful performances at the Ekaterinburg Philharmonic Hall, the Opera Theater and at the music festival organized by UNESCO, Artem was awarded the Scholarship of Russian Ministry of Culture.

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Artem Kotov


John Lenehan

  CDs by John Lenehan

Praised by the New York Times for his "great flair and virtuosity” and the London Times – "a masterly recital”, John Lenehan’s performances and recordings have been acclaimed throughout the world. As a soloist he has appeared with leading orchestras at home and abroad. In 2010/11 he made his debut with both the London Symphony Orchestra (at the Barbican) and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (at Philharmonic Hall) as well as performing with the RPO in the Royal Albert Hall.

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John Lenehan


London Piano Trio

  CDs by London Piano Trio

The London Piano Trio was formed in 1997 and for the past eighteen years has been touring, recording, and teaching in Europe, Canada, America, South America, The Far East and Australia. "Simply World Class" is the description made by the Germany press of the London Piano Trio’s Frankfurt debut and at home they have been described as a " National Treasure". 

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London Piano Trio


Harriet Mackenzie

  CDs by Harriet Mackenzie

Harriet Mackenzie is an internationally renowned concerto soloist and has performed across five continents. As well as performing the standard repertoire, Harriet is an ambassador for contemporary music and is aware that she is creating a legacy with new works. She has performed many world premieres with music specifically written for her...

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Harriet Mackenzie


NewNote Ensemble

 

NewNote Ensemble is a pioneering new group of musicians and artistic leaders holding collaboration, new work and the renaissance of forgotten gems at its core.  Driven by a passion to tackle the unfamiliar, or the familiar in experimental and stimulating ways, the flexible ensemble consists of London's most talented and open-minded young performers.  Three States at Play is the debut CD of the ensemble.  Future plans include the premiere of a new opera, further recording projects, as well as UK concerts and festival appearances with site-specific work.

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NewNote Ensemble


Craig Ogden

  CDs by Craig Ogden

Australian born guitarist Craig Ogden studied guitar from the age of seven and percussion from the age of thirteen. In 2004 he became the youngest instrumentalist to receive a Fellowship Award from the Royal Northern College of Music. One of the UK’s most recorded guitarists; his recordings for Virgin/EMI, Chandos, Nimbus, Hyperion, Sony and Classic FM have received wide acclaim. Ogden’s Classic FM albums The Guitarist and Summertime both shot straight to no.1 in the UK classical chart in summer 2010 and 2011 respectively.

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Craig Ogden


Nic Pendlebury

  CDs by Nic Pendlebury

Nic is the violist and founder member of the Smith Quartet.  One of the world's leading exponents of contemporary music, over 250 works have been written for them by many of the world's leading composers.  the Smiths often broadcast for the BBC and in 2005 appeared in the acclaimed BBC film - Holocaust - A Music Memorial Film from Auschwitz performing Steve Reich's Different Trains.  The film went on to win a BAFTA and an EMMY.

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Nic Pendlebury


Krassimir Taskov

  CDs by Krassimir Taskov

Krassimir Taskov is amongst the most active Bulgarian composers, pianists, and pedagogues of his generation. He graduated with honours from the Sofia State Music Academy "Professor Pancho Vladigerov.” He performed extensively as a student and received prizes at international piano competitions in Moscow (Tchaikovsky, 1978) and Spain (Santander, 1978)...

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Krassimir Taskov


Michael Whight

  CDs by Michael Whight

Michael Whight has a varied career as an orchestral player, soloist, chamber musician, conductor and teacher. Currently Principal Clarinetist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, he previously spent 10 years as Principal with the Philharmonia Orchestra. He has also been guest Principal with all the London orchestras as well as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Conductors he has worked with include Guilini, Maazel, Abbado, Sinoploli, Salonen, Sanderling, Svetlanov, and Harnoncourt.

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Michael Whight


Magdalena Zuk

  CDs by Magdalena Zuk

The musical universe of  pianist Magdalena Zuk is inspired by the truly international, educational and cultural influences of Poland, France and England, where she was guided by both eminent artists and personalities.

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Magdalena Zuk