Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason explores the musical landscape of 20th century America on her new album ‘Summertime’ released 9 July 2021.
The extraordinarily talented musical family The Kanneh-Masons won Best Classical Artist at the prestigious Global Awards 2021.
The Barbican is preparing to reopen in May and has announced the programme for spring and summer 2021 including a new concert series.
Explore our masterpiece guide to Saint-Saëns’ ‘Carnival Of The Animals’, a grand zoological fantasy, featuring The Kanneh-Masons’ recording.
Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason spoke to uDiscover Classical about raising her extraordinarily talented musical family and their new album ‘Carnival’.
The winners of the Opus Klassik awards, Germany’s most prestigious classical music prize, have been revealed – find out who won here.
‘Carnival’ is a very special collaboration featuring all seven talented Kanneh-Mason siblings with Olivia Colman and Michael Morpurgo.
BBC Proms ‘fantasy’ season combines archive concerts and live performances by artists including Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Nicola Benedetti.
Isata Kanneh-Mason is a brilliant young pianist and the eldest of the Kanneh-Mason siblings – discover her biography and music.
Watch BBC One's documentary of the exceptionally gifted musical family the Kanneh-Masons during lockdown on Sunday 12 July.
The Classic FM Live Decca 90 Gala featured artists including Gareth Malone, Colin Thackery, Isata Kanneh-Mason and Benjamin Grosvenor.
Rediscover the music of Clara Schumann, one of the most important pianists and composers of the Romantic era, with pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason.
The British Library will host a launch party for ‘Decca: The Supreme Record Company', an acclaimed book celebrating the label’s 90th birthday.
Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason’s debut album ‘Romance’, a portrait of the life of composer and pianist Clara Schumann, tops UK Classical Artist Chart.
Decca Classics celebrated a stellar year in classical music and 90th anniversary with artists including Renée Fleming, MILOŠ and Isata Kanneh-Mason.