Benjamin Grosvenor: European Recital tour

Tonight Benjamin makes his recital debut at Salle de Chambre, Luxembourg Philharmonie playing a wonderfully varied programme of Bach-Busoni, Schumann, Ravel and Prokofiev. He returns to the Wigmore Hall on Sunday for the same programme before three further recitals next week – where he exchanges Schumann’s Fantasie for Kreisleriana – as featured on his latest Decca albumRead more ›

Valo Quartet makes UK debut

This week, the Valo Quartet makes its UK debut at Forde Abbey in Somerset and Upper Cranbourne Farm in Winchester, with a programme of Haydn’s Op. 64 No.2, Britten’s Quartet No.1 and Beethoven’s The Harp. Valo – ‘light’ in Finnish – brings together four musicians (originally from Poland, the UK and Finland) who have oftenRead more ›

The Tallis Scholars begin Birthday Celebrations

Having returned from a 3 week tour of the USA performing their 50th Birthday programme, The Tallis Scholars are now readying themselves for the UK and Europe leg of their Birthday celebrations. Find out more here.

Laura van der Heijden in Scotland

Tonight, tomorrow and Saturday (27 – 29 April), Laura van der Heijden is in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Under the baton of Mark Wigglesworth, she performs Shostakovich’s Second Cello Concerto. Laura returns to Scotland in May to join the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Ryan Wigglesworth. First, Laura gives the world premiere ofRead more ›

Grant Llewellyn returns to North Carolina

This week, Music Director Laureate Grant Llewellyn brings a flavour of France to North Carolina. Llewellyn conducts an all-French programme including Debussy/Pépin: Hommage à Rameau from Images, Saint-Saëns: Cello Concerto No. 1, featuring Sterling Elliott, and Bizet’s Roma. Find out more here.

Zlata Chochieva at the Elbphilharmonie

Following her return to Aarhus Symphony Orchestra last week, Zlata Chochieva joins the Hamburg Camerata this Wednesday 26 April at the Elbphilharmonie. Under the baton of Gábor Hontvári, Chochieva performs Dvořák’s Piano Concerto in G minor as part of a programme which explores and celebrates the roots of Brahms and Dvořák and the friendship betweenRead more ›

Viviane Hagner in Girona

This Sunday 23 April, Viviane Hagner joins the Orchestra Sinfonia Varsovia in Girona, where they make their first stop of their Spanish tour. Under the baton of Aleksandar Marković, who is stepping in for an indisposed Tatsuya Shimono, Hagner performs Beethoven’s Violin Concerto in D major at the Auditori de Girona. The evening also includesRead more ›

JBM Artists at the 2023 BBC Proms

Today the BBC announces its annual summer celebration of music at the Royal Albert Hall and other major venues across the UK. JBM are proud to have artists perform in three exciting concerts, with Rachmaninoff featuring heavily in the programmes for the composer’s 150th anniversary year: Sunday 16 July, 11am Benjamin Grosvenor performs a soloRead more ›

Olli Mustonen returns to Japan

This week, Olli Mustonen is seen in recital at the Musashino Civic Cultural Hall in Tokyo with a programme of Beethoven and Bach; the second of a pair of recitals this season combining those composers. Following that, he appears with the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra. Under the baton of Kentaro Kawase, Mustonen performs Prokofiev’s third PianoRead more ›

Beethoven Triple at The Sage

Congratulations to Benjamin Grosvenor and Hyeyoon Park for their superb performances of Beethoven Triple’s Concerto alongside Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Dinis Sousa and the Royal Northern Sinfonia at Sage Gateshead this weekend. Which received a wonderfully warm review in The Telegraph. Special mention to Hyeyoon for jumping in at short notice for an indisposed Nicola Benedetti. TheRead more ›