Opus Klassik Awards nominations

It has been announced that both Benjamin Grosvenor and Zlata Chochieva have been nominated for Opus Klassik awards in the same two categories. Benjamin’s nominations are for his highly acclaimed ‘Liszt’ album, and Zlata has been nominated for her superb performance on her album ‘(re)creations’. The categories are “Instrumentalist of the Year”, and “Solo RecordingRead more ›

The Tallis Scholars perform the 2020 NCEM Young Composers winning entries

The Tallis Scholars recently performed the winning entries from the 2020 NCEM Young Composers Award at Cadogan Hall. Eilidh Owen won the 18 years and under category for her beautifully moving ‘As if there were no such cold thing’, and Fintan O’Hare, winner of the 19-25 category, brought us the exceptional ‘Come Passing Rain’. BothRead more ›

Hagner releases Mendelssohn Concerto

Viviane Hagner joined the Dogma Chamber Orchestra during autumn 2020 to record Mendelssohn’s Concerto for Violin and Orchesta in D minor. They are now very pleased to be able to announce the release of the CD which is the 2nd volume of their Mendelssohn project and also features his symphonies 4-6. Find out more HERE.

Llewellyn returns to the podium

We’re delighted that Grant Llewellyn recently returned to the concert platform with his orchestra L’Orchestre National de Bretagne on 21st May.  The performance, which included Beethoven Symphony no.5 together with concerto works by Rossini and Saint-Saëns with soloists Pierre Génisson and Hugues Borsarello, can be seen in its entirety here. Aptly entitled Hope, this wasRead more ›

Andrew Litton conducts at BBC Cardiff Singer of the World

Andrew Litton, Music Director at New York City Ballet and Principal Guest Conductor at the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, is in the UK this month to conduct for the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition. This year, the competition will be staged without an audience, in compliance with the latest government guidelines related to COVID-19,Read more ›

Viviane Hagner in Portugal

Viviane is in Portugal performing in Lisbon and Porto. She takes part in the new Festival dos Capuchos in Lisbon for a celebration of Alfred Brendel’s musical work. She’ll perform Bach duos with Cellist Adrian Brendel as well as Schubert Sonatas and Trios with pianist Filipe Pinto-Ribeiro. Alfred Brendel will be there himself giving talksRead more ›

Christian Kluxen conducts in Copenhagen

This week, Christian Kluxen returns to his home-town orchestra, the Copenhagen Phil, and Tivoli Concert Hall for a performance of Danish, Russian and British masterpieces, all composed within 30 years between 1878 and 1908. Opening the concert with Nielsen’s tone poem Saga Dream, orchestra and conductor are joined by Canadian violinist James Ehnes for Tchaikovsky’sRead more ›

BBC Proms 2021

We are thrilled to announce that two JBM artists will feature in the 2021 BBC Proms.   Daniel Hyde returns to the Proms to join the line-up of the First Night of the 2021 season on Friday July 30th, performing Poulenc’s Organ Concerto with the BBC Symphony Orchestra lead by Dalia Stasevska.  The programme includesRead more ›

Moulds conducts Alcina in Strasbourg

Christopher Moulds re-opens Opera du Rhin’s 20/21 season with live performances of Handel’s Alcina starting on Friday 21st May 2021 for an audience at the theatre. Due to Coronavirus restrictions they aren’t able to perform the full production but they are very happy to be back on stage. There will be performances in Strasbourg, ColmarRead more ›

Tito Muñoz makes his debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

In a triumph of determination over Covid-related hurdles, New York-based conductor Tito Muñoz makes his debut with the RPO at Cadogan Hall in London on 19th May 2021. This will be the orchestra’s first concert at the hall after the latest relaxation of restrictions, and promises to be a memorable event for everyone involved. TheRead more ›