Groundbreaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi has announced his first new solo piano album in 20 years, ‘Underwater’, and a UK tour in 2022.
Acclaimed composer and pianist Joep Beving has released a new digital deluxe version of ‘Henosis’ featuring new solo piano tracks.
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Six-time Grammy Award-nominated sitarist, composer, and producer Anoushka Shankar has released her poignant EP ‘Love Letters’.
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Joe Hisaishi, the acclaimed Japanese composer, has announced the release of his new album 'Dream Songs: The Essential Joe Hisaishi'.
Professor Theodore Albrecht has revealed that Beethoven “could still hear something” at the premiere of his groundbreaking ‘Ninth Symphony’.
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Stephen Fry has announced his first album on Decca Records, 'The Mythos Suite', featuring music by Debbie Wiseman OBE, will be released in February.
Jackson joins from Global, Europe’s largest radio company, where he was Senior Managing Editor – responsible for Smooth, Gold and Classic FM.
Pianist and composer Sophie Hutchings has signed to Mercury KX and will release her new album ‘Scattered On The Wind’ in April.
‘Max Richter’s Sleep’, a documentary telling the story behind the composer’s work, will have its North American Premiere at Sundance Film Festival.
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Composer Hildur Gudnadóttir is the first solo woman ever to win the Grammy Award for Best Score for her music to 'Chernobyl'.
Violinist Nicola Benedetti won her first Grammy Award for Best Classical Instrumental Solo and performed at the ceremony in Los Angeles.