Max Richter’s ‘Flowers of Herself’, the opening track on his new album ‘Exiles’, was inspired by Virginia Woolf’s novel ‘Mrs Dalloway’.
Max Richter’s new album features the world premiere recording of his ballet score ‘Exiles’ and orchestral versions of some of his best-known works.
Watch BAFTA Award winner Yulia Mahr’s video for ‘Prelude 2’, the third single from Max Richter’s new album ‘Voices 2’ out now.
Max Richter will perform ‘Voices’ and ‘Infra’ at the South Facing Festival on 28 August 2021 – his only UK date this year.
Mercury KX will host performances from Sebastian Plano, Lambert, Luke Howard and Sophie Hutchings at SXSW Online in March 2021.
Groundbreaking composer Max Richter will release ‘Voices 2’, inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in April 2021.
Acclaimed pianist and composer Joep Beving has released 'The London Session' EP - listen to ‘September’ and ‘An Amalgamation Waltz 1839’ here.
Pianist and composer Yiruma spoke to uDiscover Classical about the inspirations behind his latest release ‘Room With A View’.
Max Richter’s ‘Sleep’ app, featuring custom-made musical sessions to aid sleep, meditation and focus, is now available to download.
Groundbreaking composer Max Richter will release his new album ‘Voices’, inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in July.
Composer and pianist Luke Howard will release his new album 'All That Is Not Solid' in July – watch the ‘Antoinette Boulevard’ video here.
Explore our guide to Max Richter’s ‘The Blue Notebooks’ – his heartfelt protest against political, social and personal brutality.
Acclaimed composer and pianist Joep Beving has released a new digital deluxe version of ‘Henosis’ featuring new solo piano tracks.
Max Richter is one of the most influential contemporary classical composers in the world. We take a look at his groundbreaking career.
Ólafur Arnalds has released a deluxe edition vinyl box set of ‘re:member’ featuring new arrangements, live reworks, and new compositions.