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Melinda Hughes presents Margo at JW3 London and Edinburgh Fringe Festival and releases her second CD “Weimar & Back” on Nimbus Alliance.

Weimar & Back is a collection of satirical songs by Hollaender, Spoliansky, Heymann and Hughes & Limb, which have been updated to reflect many current social issues, and ties in with 100 years since the Weimar Republic was formed.

Margo,  is a new work about the life of Margo Lion, a celebrated cabaret star, which explores the darker backdrop of Weimar culture The show will be premiered at JW3 London on 19 June, before travelling to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on 2 August – for a total of 15 performances.

Berlin was an important hub for artists, musicians, intellectuals, and innovators from all backgrounds during the Weimar republic years. Though the political and social climate was turbulent, Berlin welcomed new ideas in all areas, and encouraged the work of wide-ranging people including Theodor Adorno, Walter Gropuis, Kurt Weill and Alban Berg.

This thriving cultural climate also saw the rise of cabaret, which has become iconic in the English-speaking world through works such as Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye to Berlin (later adapted into the musical Cabaret).

This CD combines material that survived because the music and text was timeless in itself, with material that re-emerged years later. Contemporary social justice issues and movements such as ‘Me Too’ and LGBT rights resonate in songs such as “Chuck all of the Men out of the Reichstag” or “Das Lila Lied”.

CD Tracklisting

In Berlin; Berlin im Licht; We’ve Been here before; Monotonous night; Illusions; Das Lila Lied/The Lavender Song; All the best men are gay; I loves my man; Where a Stolperstein stands; Youkali (Tango Habanera); Chuck all the men out of the Reichstag; Britannia waives the Rules; Please don’t invite me to your country estate; Der mensch muss eine Heimat haben

Project Overview from CD booklet notes by Michael Haas

There’s the view that cabaret started off in the 19th century as “the salon of petty criminals and prostitutes”. In place of gilded drawing rooms were smoky dives and rather than offering a venue for artistic transcendence, it offered shaky boards on upturned crates or beer barrels. These boards, in German “Brette” were further parodied in the diminutive as “Brettel” – or “little boards”, offering a name to the songs performed on such makeshift stages. It soon became fashionable for urban bohemians to frequent such low-life dives bringing a certain gentrification in their wake. In Berlin, Paris, Vienna and Barcelona, the bawdy songs that would have been more typical of English sea-side music halls were replaced by social satire, often pulling heavy political punches. Yet if there’s a single difficulty about Cabaret, it would be its inability to transcend locality, time and place. Cabaret like operetta, is essentially local, and rarely even survives into the following week or year. Its pre-war material was the equivalent of the satirical television programs of today – enormously entertaining while being “to the minute” relevant, making references to issues or people everyone recognized. Less entertaining is returning to the same material a year or a decade later. Events, politicians and social mores have moved on. Yet some elements survived either because the music and text were timeless in themselves, or emerged decades – or indeed, a century later, as provocatively contemporary. Struggles for social justice such as “Me Too” or “Black Lives Matter” are embryonically echoed in songs such as “Chuck all of the Men out of the Reichstag” or “Das Lila Lied”. Even today, we return to music to poke fun at society while making serious political points as a viable tool of passive resistance. True geniuses such as Hollaender, Spoliansky, Heymann and yes, Hughes & Limb could move the genre beyond supporting amusing texts with four-square accompaniments to true musical brilliance.

Melinda Hughes

Lyric soprano Melinda Hughes has sung in more than forty countries. An accomplished opera singer, recitalist and cabaret singer, her sparkling personality, stage presence and wit make her very much in demand as a performer.

Hughes is a graduate from the Maastricht Conservatory of Music and the Royal College of Music. She attended The Brussels Opera Studio then toured Europe for three years as a soloist with the André Rieu Strauss Orchestra. Melinda then went on to sing more than thirty different main operatic roles. Opera roles performed include: Aida (Dorset Opera), Tosca, Madame Butterfly (CAMI, Diva, Longborough, Gubbay), Rachel (La Juive), Fiordilgi, Mimi, Violetta, Donna Anna, The Countess, Pamina, Nedda, Marcelline, Ninnet (l’amour des trios Oranges) Konstanze, Frasquta, Gilda and Euridice.

A specialist in Weimar Cabaret Melinda formed her satirical group Kiss & Tell with co-writer Jeremy Limb, performing at The Al Bustan Festival Beirut, Hay Literary Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Cadogan Hall, Holders Festival Barbados and The Metropolitan Room New York. Her CD ‘Smoke and Noise’ (Nimbus NI6139) received rave reviews and they appeared on BBC Radio 3 many times and on BBC Radio 4 with Barry Humphries on a programme about Weimar Cabaret.

Jeremy Limb read music at Queen’s College, Oxford then spent three years at the Royal College of Music where he won the 1993 Millicent Silver Brahms Prize and the 1995 Frank Merrick British Music Prize. In 1997 he won first prize in the Robert William and Florence Amy Brant National Piano Competition. He also writes and performs comedy, appearing regularly at the Pleasance (Edinburgh Fringe), and has had material used on BBC 1 by Harry Enfield. He was nominated for the LWT New Comedy Writing Award 1998 for his play Play Wisty for Me -The Life of Peter Cook (UK tour and Melbourne Comedy Festival 2002.) Jeremy has recorded for the Naxos & Nimbus labels. He writes and performs regularly with Melinda.

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Concert Information from pianist JULIAN JACOBSON

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One of Britain’s most creative and distinctive pianists, Julian Jacobson is acclaimed for the vitality, colour and insight he brings to his enormous repertoire ranging across all styles and periods.

Julian Jacobson was born in Peebles, Scotland. His father Maurice Jacobson had had some piano lessons with Busoni while his mother, pianist and composer Margaret Lyell, had studied in Berlin with Else Krause, daughter of Liszt’s pupil Martin Krause. Julian studied in London from the age of seven with Lamar Crowson (piano) and Arthur Benjamin (composition) and had published four songs by the age of nine. From 1959 to 1968 he studied at the Royal College of Music where his principal teachers were John Barstow and Humphrey Searle. On graduating with the Sarah Mundlak Piano Prize in 1968 he took up a scholarship to read Music at Queen’s College, Oxford. At this time, he was also a founder member of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra.

After further studies with Louis Kentner he made his London debut at the Purcell Room in 1974. This was followed immediately by the first of five appearances in the Park Lane Group’s annual Young Artists series and his Wigmore Hall debut as both solo recitalist and chamber musician. During the 1980s he established himself as a fine duo and ensemble pianist, partnering artists such as Zara Nelsova, Sandor Vegh, David Geringas, Christian Lindberg and Manuela Wiesler as well as many leading UK instrumentalists including Nigel Kennedy, Steven Isserlis, Moray Welsh, Colin Carr, Alexander Baillie and Philippa Davies. His appointment in 1992 as Head of Keyboard Studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama led to an increasing concentration on solo work.

In 1994 he embarked on his first cycle of the complete 32 Beethoven sonatas; he has now presented the cycle eight times, the last two in a single day (apparently being only the second pianist to attempt this). His 2003 marathon at St James’s Church Piccadilly attracted worldwide media coverage and raised over £6000 for WaterAid.

Julian Jacobson has performed as soloist with orchestras including the London Symphony, BBC Symphony and City of Birmingham Symphony, the English Chamber Orchestra, London Mozart Players, London Sinfonietta, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Bucharest Philharmonic, Icelandic Symphony Orchestra and Royal Omani Symphony Orchestra, with conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Tamas Vasary and Jane Glover.

His many festival appearances as soloist and chamber musician include Edinburgh, Aldeburgh, Bath, Brighton, Cheltenham, Dartington, Glasgow, Huddersfield, Norwich and Prussia Cove on tour. He has appeared in more than forty countries on five continents, with tours of the USA, South America, the Middle and Far East (where he gave what appears to have been the Chinese premiere of Beethoven’s “Hammerklavier” Sonata in 1994), South Africa and Australia as well as throughout Western and Eastern Europe.

An ongoing commitment to contemporary music has led to many commissions and premieres. In 1987 he gave the critically acclaimed UK premiere of Ligeti’s now famous Etudes Book One; a subsequent recording for BBC Radio 3 was highly praised by the composer. A longlist of composers who have written for him includes Robert Saxton, Simon Bainbridge, Benedict Mason, Philip Cashian, Daryl Runswick, Keith Tippett, Charles Camilleri and Robert Keeley; Michael Nyman wrote the piano trio “Time Will Pronounce” for his ensemble the Trio of London.

A large and varied discography for labels including Meridian, Chandos, Hyperion, Decca Argo, BIS, Continuum and Metier includes albums of Schumann, Dvorak and Balakirev, the complete sonatas of Weber, the Carnival of the Animals with the London Symphony Orchestra, Martinu’s “Sinfonietta Giocosa” with the Bournemouth Sinfonietta under Tamas Vasary, and violin and piano music by Enescu, Dvorak, Vaughan Williams, Fricker and Rawsthorne with Susanne Stanzeleit. His album “Classical Flute à la Jazz” with Judith Hall contains his own jazz waltz, “Waltz for Judy”, published by Bardic Edition together with several other waltzes. Other compositions include five film scores, including ‘To the Lighthouse’, ‘Hard Travelling’ and ‘We Think the World of You’. In ‘The Fourth Protocol’ he made a screen appearance conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra. In February 2007 he conducted the premiere of his “Vers la Valse” for flute and orchestra with Ileana Ruhemann and the Syred Sinfonia.

Julian Jacobson is currently a professor of piano and chamber music at the Royal College of Music. He was Artistic Director of the Paxos International Festival, Greece, from 1988 to 2004, is Artistic Director of “Rencontres Musicales à Eygalières” and teaches regularly at Cadenza Summer School at the Purcell School, North London. He has given masterclasses in Germany, Paris, Budapest (Franz Liszt Academy), Spain, Sweden, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, the Middle East, and on many occasions in Dartington.

Peter Robinson is one of the UK’s most experienced and versatile opera conductors. His repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary, with a special interest in Italian opera of the 19th and early 20th centuries. His appointments have included Resident Conductor of The Australian Opera, Assistant Music Director of English National Opera, and Artistic Director of British Youth Opera. He also coaches and teaches at many of the UK’s conservatoires and Young Artist Programmes.

Peter studied music at St John’s College, Oxford and began his operatic career as Chorus Master at Glyndebourne, followed by several years as Head of Music Staff and Resident Conductor with The Australian Opera in Sydney. He returned to London to become Assistant Music Director at English National Opera, where his repertoire included Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Otello, Rigoletto, Carmen, Maria Stuarda, Orfeo, Hansel & Gretel, The Turn of the Screw, and all the major Mozart operas.

Recent performances in the UK and elsewhere have included L’amore dei tre re, Norma, I Gioielli della Madonna and Falstaff (Opera Holland Park), Aida and La Fanciulla del West (Opera Queensland), a triple bill of Massenet and Martinu (Guildhall School), and the 25th anniversary revival of Jonathan Miller’s ENO production of The Mikado, of which he was the original conductor.

Further credits include Madama Butterfly, Tosca, Aida and Carmen (Royal Albert Hall), Andrea Chénier and La Traviata (Opera Queensland), Die Zauberflöte (Opera Zuid), and Falstaff (Scottish Opera). Peter has worked with most of the major British orchestras and has appeared many times with the BBC Concert Orchestra.

For television, he has conducted Jonathan Miller’s productions of Così fan tutte and The Mikado, and, for Channel 4, The Marriage of Figaro. For eight years he was Artistic Director of British Youth Opera, for whom he most recently conducted Paul Bunyan, The Bartered Bride, The Rake’s Progress and Malcom Williamson’s English Eccentrics.

In addition to his work as a performer, he teaches and coaches singers regularly at the National Opera Studio, the Royal Opera House’s Jette Parker Young Artists’ Programme, and the Guildhall School, as well as the Royal College of Music, and the Royal Academy of Music where he was recently elected Hon ARAM.

Recent Projects included Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades for Opera Holland Park and English Eccentrics by Malcolm Williamson for British Youth Opera. He also co-conducted ENO’s Marvellous Miller, celebrating Jonathan Miller’s productions spanning 40 years at the London Coliseum.

In spring 2017, Peter prepared students on the GSMD Opera Course for performances at Milton Court, London and in Fontainebleau, France. During the summer season he made his fifteenth consecutive appearance at Opera Holland Park, conducting Leoncavallo’s Zazá, followed by Verdi’s Requiem in aid of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. In September, Peter conducted the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra for the Finals of The Grange Festival International Singing Competition in Hampshire.

As well as its renowned work in the UK, the Brandenburg Sinfonia is also in great demand abroad and has, in recent years visited France, USA, Bermuda, the Channel Islands, Barbados, Cyprus, Malta and St Petersburg.

The varied range of activities undertaken by the orchestra include a major concert series at St Martin-in-the- Fields and a major Classical Music cruise on the QE2. One of the recent highlights was an International Opera Gala conducted by Richard Bonynge in the presence of HRH Prince Charles.

A large number of artists of international standing have worked with the orchestra including Richard Bonynge, Yvonne Kenny, Emmanuel Hurwitz, Lesley Garrett, John Georgiadis, John Wallace, Emma Kirkby, James Bowman and Gordon Hunt.

Its repertoire ranges from Bach to Lloyd Webber and its members give over one hundred performances of orchestral, chamber choral and operatic music during the year.

The Brandenburg Sinfonia is delighted to perform at the Thaxted Festival as resident orchestra. 

The orchestras for several touring companies are formed from members of the Brandenburg Sinfonia including Central Festival Opera, First Act Opera, London City Opera, and English Pocket Opera.

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New CD/Download from ANGELA BROWNRIDGE on Challenge Classics

c1Tracklisting & CD Information

Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 35 (Grave. Doppio movimento (04:55); Scherzo (06:36); Marche funèbre: Lento (08:49); Finale. Presto. Sotto voce e legato (1:45); Ballade No. 1 Op. 23 (8:28); Ballade No. 2 Op. 38 (6:41); Ballade no. 3 Op. 47 (7:25); Ballade No. 4 Op. 52 (10:03); Fantaisie Op. 40 (12:19)

c2Challenge Classics CC72728 SACD [Bar Code 0608917272826]; Released on 10th February 2017.

Standard CD Jewel Case with card sleeve. Single CD released at Full Price. Simultaneous digital release through all download and streaming services.
Repertoire Information

This disc represents the second release from Angela Brownridge on Challenge Classics. Following on from her disc of Beethoven Sonatas (3, 23 & 30) from different periods, Angela continues to survey romantic masterpieces and presents here some of the cornerstones of Chopin’s creative output.

Sleeve notes are by eminent critic Bryce Morrison.

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Artist Information

Hailed as a major star in classical music Angela Brownridge has been compared with such pianists as the legendary Solomon, Rachmaninov, Cherkassky, and Bolet. She began her life in an atmosphere of freedom and individualism virtually impossible to find today. Under the guidance of Maria Curcio, who had been a pupil of Schnabel for many years, she absorbed the ability to produce every nuance of the piano, and to present music flexibly and persuasively instead of concentrating on a single method of technique or continual displays of brilliance, learning to deal with the differing requirements of a varied range of composers which recalls Cortot in his prime. Indeed, by realising that many pianists of a bygone age played with far more individuality, magic, and inspiration than has become the fashion, she was able to develop her own unique personality.  In an age which has become over-fascinated with mere technique, and which seeks the degree of ‘perfection’ offered by over-edited CDs, Angela’s playing restores spontaneity, character, and beauty of sound to the platform.

A child prodigy, equally talented in composition, extemporisation, and technically brilliant, Angela first performed in public at the age of seven, and a year later had several pieces published. By the age of ten she had given her first concerto performance, and in her early teens was appearing regularly as a recitalist and concerto performer throughout Great Britain and abroad. She later won a piano scholarship to Edinburgh University, and after graduating B. Mus. was awarded a further scholarship for a two-year period of study in Rome with Guido Agosti. As the winner of several competitions she was able to continue her studies with Maria Curcio in London, where she now lives.

Since then Angela has appeared in all the major London concert halls, and has visited Eastern and Western Europe, the USA, Canada, the Far East and Australia, as well as performing extensively in the UK. She has been a soloist with many leading orchestras and conductors, and Festival engagements include Bath, Edinburgh, Warwick, Newport Rhode Island, Bratislava, Brno, Hong Kong, and Maastricht.
Her recorded repertoire is very varied, including some first ever collections of the complete piano music of Barber, Gershwin, Kenneth Leighton and the complete piano concertos of Saint-Saëns.

Her recordings have received worldwide critical acclaim, several being voted “Critics’ Choice” by Hi-Fi News and Record of the Year by the Absolute Sound magazine of America. She has also appeared on BBC TV in programmes which have involved her in discussion about the music she has performed. She often gives lecture recitals and master classes, and maintains her love of improvisation which has led her on occasions into the world of jazz.

Concert Activity

Angela has the below detailed concerts in her diary – many of which will feature some of the repertoire included in this new disc.

January 20th                 Oldham Town Hall
January 26th/27th        Masterclass at Loughborough Endowed Schools/Recital the following day
February 17th               Dr. Challoner’s School for Girls. Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire.
February 24th               Dorset County Museum
March 4th                      Trinity Hall, Ringwood
March 25th                    Tincleton Gallery, Dorchester, Dorset
April 8th                         St. Mary’s Church, Barnes, South London
April 30th                       Cadogan Hall, London
May 16th                        Grange Park, Winchmore Hill, London. (Lunchtime)
May 30th                        Wesley’s Chapel. Old Street, London. (Lunchtime)
July 26th                        Chichester Cathedral.

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Israeli Soprano VARDA KOTLER announces London debut concert on 14th January

conway-hall vardaIsraeli soprano Varda Kotler will be making her London debut on Saturday 14th January 2017 at Conway Hall, commencing at 7.30pm.

Varda will be presenting a melodic song recital designed to present two sides of each composer – poetic and lyrical styles in contrast with humour and satire.

Featured Concert Repertoire

varda1Mahler: Ich ging mit lust/Lob des Hohen Verstand; Schubert: Du bist die Ruh/Versunken; Brahms: Lerchengesang/Vergebliches Ständchen; Poulenc: Deux poems by Louis Aragon; Pauline Viardot: Hai Luli/Les Deux Roses; Debussy: Jane/Mandoline; Richard Strauss: Ständchen/Hat Gesagt, Bleibt’s Nicht Dabei; Andre Caplet: Le Corbeau et le Renard/Viens! Une flute invisible; Hugo Wolf: Die Bekherte/Ich hab in Penna   

Varda Kotler will be accompanied by pianist Israel Kastoriano. In addition, actor Simon Mitelman ( will recite excerpts from the translations of the original source poems and texts.
Full details about the concert, together with a link to book tickets can be found by visiting:

Several of the pieces featured in the concert have been recorded and are available on Varda Kotler’s recently released CD “L’Heure Romantique” (on Forlane/Disques Dom).

Track Details

romantique Pucell: Music for a while; Mahler: Ich ging mit lust durch einen grünen wald/Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft/Liebst du um Schönheit; Schumann: Abend lied/Der Nussbaum/Du bist wie ein Blume/Die Meerfee/Erstes Grün; Bizet: Ma vie a son secret/Sonnet/Rose d’amour/Tarantelle/Guitare; Caplet: Le Corbeau et le Renard; Ravel: Vocalise-Étude (en form de Habanera); Paul Ben-Haim: Ariozo/Ballad (Songs without Words): A. Boskovitch: How beautiful you are (song of birds); Canteloube: Chorietan buruzagi/la pastura als camps/Lo fiolaire; Mozart: Parto, parto ma tu ben mio; Meyerbeer: Nobles Seigneurs, Salut!
Playing Time 73.10

CD Information

UK physical release of “L’Heure Romantique” is via Discovery. Catalogue Number FOR16878 [Bar Code 3254870168781]. This single CD comes in a standard jewelcase and would be classed as mid-price. Booklet notes on the repertoire are by Varda Kotler and are in English. The lyrics for each piece are reproduced in the booklet in the language of performance along with a translation into English.

Biographical Details

Varda Kotler is a native of Tel Aviv and a graduate of the Rubin Academy of Music at Tel Aviv University. She studied voice with Netania Dovrat and continued her studies with Vera Roze in London and Rita Patane in New York and Italy.

She has sung at festivals, opera-houses and concerts in Israel and Europe (particularly in France) with the conductors: Pinchas Steinberg, Siegfried Kohler, Lawrence Foster, Kees Bakels, Arthur Fagen, Steven Sloan, Mendi Rodan and in New York with Hugo Weisgall and the New York Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. Among her performances are: Mozart’s Mass in C minor, Requiem Mass in D-minor and the Vesperae Solennes. Bach’s Magnificat, Handel Cantatas, Berlioz Les Nuits d’été, and Berio’s Folk Songs. Varda sang the operatic roles of Cherubino, Siebel, Rosina, Stephano and Flora. Recitals, operas and concerts have taken her to: Paris, Monte-Carlo, Vienna, Zurich, Geneva, Lausanne and Messina Italy).  She has received good reviews in the New York Times, Die Presse, Wiener-Zeitung, Der Standard, The Jerusalem Post, Giornale di Sicilia, Maariv, Yediot Aharonot and Haaretz.

Varda Kotler’s first CD Recital appeared in 1999 and the CD – “Melodies Londonienne” by Charles Gounod appeared in 2001 both on the French label REM Numerique Digital. The discs both received good reviews in Le Monde de la Musique, Repertoire, Chronique Musical, Opera International, L`Education Musicale and others. Her third CD “Melodies Londonienne” won the prize Victoires de la Musique Classique for 2002. The CD “BEN-HAIM Melodies” won the prize Victoires de la Musique Classique for 2005.

Israel Kastoriano was born in Istanbul, Turkey, where he began his piano studies. He subsequently studied at the Rubin Academy of Music, Jerusalem, Israel and the Mannes College of Music, New York, where he graduated with highest honours in both piano and orchestral conducting. During his seven year stay in the USA Kastoriano appeared in solo recital and chamber music concerts for radio and television as well as at the Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. He was assistant conductor to Mr. Leon Barzun at the National Orchestral Association. At the Tanglewood Festival he won first prize in piano with citations from Gunther Schuller and Seiji Ozawa. He was also a finalist in the Bolzano piano competition, Italy.

Kastoriano is pianist and keyboard player of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and as such has collaborated with great conductors including Zubin Mehta, Leonard Bernstein and Kurt Masur. He regularly tours with the orchestra. He is active as a solo and chamber musician, appearing regularly with the very best of Israeli and foreign musicians. He performs in a four-hand piano duo with Anat Sharon and has also performed extensively with cellists Michael Haran and Michel Strauss, flautist Yossi Arnheim, violinists Yigal Tuneh and Gerard Poulet, and clarinettist Richard Lesser, to name but a few. He regularly tours South and North America, Europe and Turkey as a chamber musician and recitalist.

His involvement with voice accompaniment brought him into collaboration with the New Israel Opera. He received a special invitation from Placido Domingo to serve as principal pianist and assistant conductor at the singing competition in Madrid. He was also the principal pianist at the Leonard Bernstein singing competition in Jerusalem, Israel.

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Villiers Quartet present Peter Fricker String Quartets – New Recording on NAXOS

vq3Tracklisting & CD Information

String Quartet No. 1 Op. 8 (1948-9); String Quartet No. 2 Op. 20 (1952-53); String Quartet No. 3 (1976) *; Adagio and Scherzo (1943) *

*World Premiere Recording

Composer & Repertoire Information

frickerPeter Racine Fricker was undoubtedly one of the UK’s finest composers, sadly neglected and rejected by the English Establishment, in 1964 he moved to California where he took up a teaching position at UCSB. He continued to compose prolifically, returning to England occasionally.

Born on 5th September 1920 to parents who met during their service in the Mediterranean theatre of World War I, Fricker’s interest in music took root while he was a student at St Paul’s School. He was especially interested in organ performance, studying with Henry Wilson and Ralph Downes; he also formed an enduring friendship with fellow student Dennis Brain. Fricker entered the Royal College in 1937, continuing his study with Wilson and with Ernest Bullock. This training was thoroughly conservative in outlook, with reverent and obsessive attention paid to counterpoint that would forever remain a hallmark of Fricker’s musicianship, however much he may have strayed into new directions. At this time, his interest in composition vied with his interest in organ performance; he continued to consider a career as a concert organist until the late 1940s. He entered military service in 1941, maintaining his musical interests as best he could through the remainder of the war, most frequently composing piano music.

The “Adagio and Scherzo” for string quartet remains the most thoroughly developed work from this time. They were written in the summer of 1943, and were probably intended as the central movements of a formal quartet.

With the end of his military service, Fricker set about resuming his career in music straight away. Determined now to be a composer, he sought out the fervent environment at Morley College. It was here that he met his mentor, Matyas Seiber, (whom he later called “the greatest teacher of the 20th century”) and Michael Tippett. Among so many stimulating influences, Fricker began producing publishable work. His first important success was the Wind Quintet, Op. 5, which took the Clements Prize of 1947 which Dennis Brain took into his repertoire with great and lasting enthusiasm. Fricker then turned to the string quartet in the summer of 1948 as he sought to build a solid base for his catalogue, and successes accumulated at a breathtaking pace. His Op. 8 was started on 14th July and finished on 5th November. He submitted it for the Edwin Evans Prize: though he lost to Elizabeth Maconchy, the committee made honourable mention of him.

His First Symphony, Op. 9, completed in February 1949, was awarded the 1949 Koussevitzky Prize, and was scheduled for a première performance at the 1950 Cheltenham Festival thereby heightening awareness of Fricker as a serious composer. The Op. 8 String Quartet received its première in London in September followed by the Amadeus Quartet’s performance on 11th October and they featured it the following summer on European tour to much critical acclaim. The quartet is cast in one movement, but within this casing an unusual organization of three-movement form may be felt.

A steady flow of compositions followed – mostly concerti. Fricker followed Tippet as Director of Music at Morley College, a post he held for 12 years. By the summer of 1952 Fricker was writing another quartet at the Amadeus’s behest, which he completed in 1953. Despite the warm reception that the Second Quartet received, Fricker would not revisit the medium for twenty years – at the time there was a lack of enthusiasm from publishers for the quartet genre. Elliott Carter’s Third String Quartet changed this view: Fricker dedicated his own Third Quartet to Carter “in admiration”, writing without a commission, and completing it at the end of 1976. Sadly enough, the Quartet went un-played until he suggested it for the 1984 Cheltenham Festival. Fricker was delighted with the very successful performance by the Chilingirian Quartet on 19th July.

Though he began thinking about a Fourth Quartet in the summer of 1989, he was, by then, stricken with terminal cancer and struggling to finish the commissions he had at work. He died in Santa Barbara on 1st February 1990.

Artist Information

The Villiers Quartet was the winner of the 2015 Radcliffe Chamber Music Competition, and holds the position of Quartet-in-Residence at Oxford University’s Faculty of Music. Named after Villiers Street in London’s colourful musical epicentre, the Villiers Quartet encompasses the grand and iconic spirit of the extraordinary music tradition in London. One of the most charismatic and “adventurous” quartets of the European chamber music scene, the Villiers Quartet has developed an international reputation for its performances of English composers including Elgar, Britten and Delius. The Quartet has been featured in numerous festivals including the North York Moors Chamber Music Festival, the Brit Jazz Fest, the Hungerford Arts Festival and the British Music Society. Their internationally acclaimed VQ New Works Competition encourages audiences to interact with contemporary music performance online, and supports the creation of new works for string quartet. Known for championing the works of English composers, the VQ has presented master-classes at Dartmouth College, the University of Nottingham, Syracuse University, Goshen College, and the Indiana University South Bend. The VQ is also Quartet-in-Residence at Nottingham High School, where they oversee an extensive chamber music programme for young students. Their début recording for Naxos, Robert Still’s The Four String Quartets (8.571353), won high praise from Gramophone and received five stars in Classical Music Magazine. The VQ was the featured quartet on the soundtrack to the BBC television drama Lady Chatterley’s Lover, and they have been featured extensively on BBC Radio 3 in live performance and on the programme “In Tune”.

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Press/Media Launch Event

To mark the release of this auspicious recording, the Villiers Quartet would like to invite the recipient of this email to a launch event on Monday 13th February 2017 at The Liberal Club in London (1 Whitehall Place SW1A 2HE) at 6.00pm. To confirm acceptance please email

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New CD/Download from OUR Recordings – Organ Music of Axel Borup-Jorgensen

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“Julia Goes Mercutio” Trio at London’s Kings Place and Leeds College of Music + New CD

juliaThe story of ‘Julia Goes Mercutio’ begins at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, where in 2014, three young musicians crossed paths. Their instruments – the piano, cello and vibraphone – were as diverse as their musical styles, which ranged from classical to improvised music and everything in between.

Rooted in classical training, the members of the trio each bring their own tastes and touches to the repertoire, using their harmonious diversity to bring Julia to life. ‘Julia Goes Mercutio’ was born from a desire to reconcile paradoxes: sounds, genres and eras as seemingly incompatible as fire and water.

The music echoes Juliet’s metamorphosis in Romeo and Juliet (Julia) as she takes on Mercutio’s moody, erratic behaviour while preserving her own purity, becoming the beautiful embodiment of conflict.

This musical journey, like any journey, remains unpredictable and entirely unique throughout – interweaving Sergei Prokofiev’s Opus 75, compositions by Françoise Tonteling and bursts of free improvisation. ‘Julia Goes Mercutio’ strives to find cohesion in discord, along with a bit of humour, surpassing the limits of tradition and expectation to arrive someplace undiscovered.

videoA promotional video is available on YouTube which gives a great introduction to the Trio and their concept.
To view, please visit

Concert Appearances

Luxembourgish Trio, ‘Julia Goes Mercutio’ is undertaking numerous concert dates throughout Europe over the coming months. The tour commences with their UK debut in Leeds on 30th November, http and then Kings Place in London on 1st December .

Press tickets for Leeds and London are available from

These two dates will be followed by Paris, Brussels and Munich in January, and then additional ones through 2017.

The Artists

Françoise Tonteling began playing piano at Luxembourg Conservatory under the guidance of Béatrice Rauchs and continued her studies at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels with Daniel Blumenthal and Katia Veekmans. Her passion for improvisation was awakened during a two-year course with pianist and composer Kris Defoort; a period in which she also discovered Indian Classical music, her fascination for oriental music growing stronger. After obtaining her “Masters of Arts” in Piano playing and her “Bachelors” in Music Writing, she studied the basics of jazz piano under Nathalie Loriers. Two major projects were developed from this; in 2013 Françoise created ‘Julia Goes Mercutio’ together with cellist Annemie Osborne and percussionist Michel Mootz, and, one year later, the project ‘Danainii’ combining improvisation and oriental musical influences. Françoise has been teaching at the Luxembourg Conservatory since 2013.

julia2Annemie Osborne started studying the cello at Luxembourg Conservatory with Claude Giampellegrini, continuing at the University of Leeds with Anna Shuttleworth and accomplished her Master’s degree in the class of Jeroen Reuling at Brussels Conservatory. From the age of 16 she discovered and developed an interest in Jazz, improvised music, and World Music, which led, among others to her participation in free improvisation classes with Kris Defoort from 2007 onwards. Annemie has been an active member in many musical projects combining written music and improvisation, especially “OakTree”, the trio with singer Sarah Klenes and accordion player Thibault Dille developing their own Jazz-folk idiom, as well as “Philémon, le Chien qui ne voulait pas grandir” a sextet playing ‘instrumental song’ or ‘chamber Jazz’ in an intimate but rich, poetic yet surprising soundscape. In 2013 “Julia goes Mercutio” was born from a collaboration with pianist Françoise Tonteling and percussionist Michel Mootz. Since January 2015 Annemie has toured Europe and Latin America with the cello quartet of the ‘Aton & Armide’ collective in the theater piece ‘Children of Nowhere’ by Fabrice Murgia.

Michel Mootz studied Classical Percussion and Jazz Drumset in Luxembourg City and the Conservatories of Amsterdam and Brussels from where he graduated with a “Bachelor“ in Jazz Drumset and a “Masters“ in Classical percussion. He has extensively performed in Europe, North America and Asia with different Jazz Groups, Classical Percussion ensembles and Rock Bands. Currently he is a member of the “Transadlibit Duo“, the Jazz Bands “The Jitz Jeitz Quartet“ and “The Laurent Pierre Quintet“; the band of songwriter Daniel Balthasar, and most lately the crossover Trio project “Julia goes Mercutio“.

CD/Download Release

To coincide with the tour, a CD will be available. For a review copy please request via . Finished stock promo copies should be available from the end of November – however and advance CDR can be supplied if required.


Kafune Hanim; Folk Dance; Scene; Minuet; The Young Juliet; Kuss; Masks; Impro; The Montagues and Capulets; Father Lorenzo; Mercutio; Si la mar era de leche; Lily Dance of the Maidens; Romeo bids Farewell to Juliet; Lilai

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New CD/Download Information from pianist/composer ADRIAN LORD on MMC Recordings


Composer:                               Adrian Lord
Title:                                         Journey – Twelve Romances For Piano
Artist:                                        Adrian Lord
Catalogue No.:                         MMC115
Bar Code:                                 5065001668159
Release Date:                           4th November 2016
UK Distribution:                       Discovery
Format:                                     Single CD/Standard Jewel Case
UK Price Point:                         Full


Prelude; Journey; Ripples; Footsteps; Blaize; The Wedding; Wildfire; Little Star; Kaleidoscope; Sparkle; Revolutions; Time To Remember


Artist Information

At age 6 years Adrian started to learn to play the piano.  He has been writing music for as long as he can remember.  Whilst his father would have preferred him to study law or medicine, it was clear that there was only one thing he was going to do!

He was educated at Stockport Grammar School where he won the Old Stopfordian’s Lodge Music Prize.  During this time, he studied piano with David Smith at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.

His music studies continued at Colchester Institute. Here Adrian studied piano with Martin Hughes, and Robert Bell, and in his final year he won the Canon Jack Award for Piano Performance.

Whilst at Colchester, he also studied composition with Alan Bullard, and Christopher Ball, and his compositions began to be featured in their concerts.

More information can be found at

Project Information

On this release, Adrian Lord presents his debut recording featuring his own compositions, entitled “Journey – Twelve Romances For Piano”. His pieces are beautifully crafted and highly accessible.

A promotional video is available on YouTube

The recording was made at Crear Studio on the west coast of Scotland and produced by Philip Hobbs.

The CD booklet contains notes by Adrian outlining his influences and inspirations for each track. In addition, Adrian sets out his experiences of the recording sessions.

The sheet music for “Journey” is also available ISMN 979-0-9002376-0-6

Marketing/Press Activity

The CD will receive a full service to press and initial marketing is in the process of being confirmed.

Adrian is performing “Journey” at numerous venues around the UK. Please check out dates on

For review copies and any further information, please contact John Cronin at Music & Media/MMC Recordings (via ), which is a division of Music and Media Consulting Limited

Amended New CD/Download Information – Concert Music from Howard Shore “A Palace Upon The Ruins”

howerecordsHowe Records Presents A Palace Upon the Ruins – Selected Works, an Album Featuring Concert Music Composed by Academy Award-Winner Howard Shore, With Performances by Such Classical Stars as Lang Lang and the Kronos Quartet

howardshoreA Palace Upon the Ruins – to be released November 4, 2016 – includes the titular song cycle featuring mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano, along with choral works Peace and The Garden, instrumental-vocal suite Six Pieces and solo piano piece Catania for Lang Lang

“Shore’s sweeping, luscious scores are a world unto themselves.”Billboard magazine on Howard Shore’s Oscar-winning music for The Lord of the Rings trilogy

Composer Howard Shore has won three Academy Awards, four Grammy Awards and three Golden Globe Awards. Shore’s music has been an increasing presence in concert halls across the globe, with his symphonic scores for The Lord of the Rings trilogy achieving great success with over 400 performances by the leading orchestras around the world. His opera The Fly premiered at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris and Los Angeles Opera in 2008. Shore’s concerto for superstar pianist Lang Lang, Ruin and Memory, had its premiere at China’s Beijing Music Festival in 2011. Now, Howe Records presents A Palace Upon the Ruins – Selected Works, an album of Shore compositions performed by some of the classical scene’s top artists, including Lang Lang, the Kronos Quartet, Ireland’s RTÉ Concert Orchestra and frequent Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano. Produced by Shore, this is a collection brimming with subtle grandeur and deep emotion.

To be released digitally and on CD via PIAS in the U.S. and Discovery Records in the UK on November 4, 2016, A Palace Upon the Ruins – Selected Works features the titular song cycle, sung by rising-star Jennifer Johnson Cano, winner of a 2014 George London Award, who is accompanied by players from New York’s Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival. For this cycle of six songs, Shore set lyrics by Elizabeth Cotnoir, whose words tell of “a promise never kept” as they explore feelings of “loss, awareness, healing and redemption.” The album also includes two inspirational choral works. The first is Peace, which Shore composed to texts by Eleanor Roosevelt, in a performance by the young singers of Essential Voices USA under Grammy-nominated choir director Judith Clurman. Next is The Garden, with words by double Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Penn Warren; it features the 21st Century Chamber Choir, conducted by Swiss maestro Ludwig Wicki. The suite Six Pieces comprises a darkly lyrical sequence of instrumental and vocal settings, including the second movement performed by the multiple Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet, the third movement by 10 cellists from the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and the fifth by mezzo-soprano Clara Sanabras, voicing lyrics by Cotnoir; several movements for ensemble strings within Six Pieces were originally developed by Shore in collaboration with a string septet from the ever-esteemed Philadelphia Orchestra. The album’s final work, Catania, is a celebratory poem for solo piano written for the wedding of friends and performed by Lang Lang, one of the world’s most popular pianists.

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Howard Shore, born in Canada in 1946 and a resident of New York state, has collaborated with artists from pop-star vocalist Annie Lennox to free-jazz saxophone icon Ornette Coleman on his way to becoming one of the world’s most lauded, in-demand composers, having written music for more than 80 films by some of the world’s top directors – including 15 by David Cronenberg and five by Martin Scorsese, as well as the hugely popular The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies by Peter Jackson. Among his other recent works for the concert hall are his cello concerto Mythic Gardens (2012) and Fanfare for the Wanamaker Organ in Philadelphia (2008). His opera The Fly recently completed a successful run at Germany’s Theatre Trier. Shore’s most recent music for film includes the score for Denial, based on the acclaimed book Denial: Holocaust History on Trial. In September 2016, Howe Records released a recording of the Denial score, which features Shore conducting the U.K.’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Shore was one of the creators of Saturday Night Live and served as the show’s pioneering musical director from 1975 to 1980. Around the same time, he began his long-running collaboration with David Cronenberg, scoring The Fly, Crash and Naked Lunch. Reviewing the Howe Records reissue of the Naked Lunch score, DownBeat magazine described the music, featuring Ornette Coleman, as “darkly majestic,” adding: “Shore’s hallucinogenic score can make for cinema of the mind.” And Listen magazine called Naked Lunch “one of the all-time great film scores.” Shore earned Canadian Screen Awards for scoring Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars and Cosmopolis, while his scores for A Dangerous Method, Eastern Promises and Dead Ringers were each honoured by a Genie Award.

In film, Shore has ranged from Martin Scorsese’s Hugo (Oscar and BAFTA nominee), The Departed, Gangs of New York and The Aviator (for which the composer won his third Golden Globe Award) to Ed Wood, Se7en, Silence of the Lambs (BAFTA nominee), Philadelphia, Mrs. Doubtfire and Tom McCarthy’s Academy Awarding-winning Spotlight of 2015. Shore’s three Academy Awards for the score to The Lord of the Rings included one for original song “Into the West” (shared with singer Annie Lennox and writer-producer Fran Walsh). In July 2016, Shore received the Locarno Film Festival’s Vision Award. He is an Officier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la France and has also been recognized by his native Canada with the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award. The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures honoured Shore for Career Achievement in Music Composition; he also received The Recording Academy Honours; and the City of Vienna bestowed him with the Max Steiner Award.

Howard Shore has just celebrated his 70th Birthday and this was marked by a feature interview on BBC R3’s “Sound of Cinema” – and featured a couple of pieces from this CD. The programme can be accessed until 13th November 2016 via

A Palace Upon the Ruins – album track list

1-6: A Palace Upon the Ruins – lyrics by Elizabeth Cotnoir
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano; players of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival
7: Peace – text by Eleanor Roosevelt
Essential Voices USA Youth Workshop; Benjamin Hutto, organ; Judith Clurman, conductor
8: The Garden – text by Robert Penn Warren
21st Century Chamber Choir; Ludwig Wicki, conductor
9-14: Six Pieces
I. Pianoforte, Strings – Howard Shore, conductor II. Quartet – Kronos Quartet III. 10 Celli – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor IV. Strings – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor V. Mezzo-soprano, 10 Celli – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor; Clara Sanabras, mezzo-soprano VI. Strings – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor
15: Catania
Lang Lang, piano

HWR1020 (Full Price/1 CD/Digipak) Bar Code: 899158002208       
UK/EU Distribution through Discovery        US/Canada through PIAS

Review Copies

These can be requested via  for those based in the UK or mainland Europe. For North America please request from your usual contact at PIAS/Harmonia Mundi US.

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Press Release: New CD from Olga Jegunova “Poetic Piano Sonatas” on MMC Records (MMC114)


Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 21 Op. 53 “Waldstein”; Chopin: Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 35; Bartok: Piano Sonata Sz. 80

Project Information

The debut album “Poetic Sonatas” by pianist Olga Jegunova exhibits not only the creative capabilities and experience of the artist, but also an attempt to merge the two culture fields of music and poetry. The poetry by three different authors accompanying the CD, is linked with the music of Beethoven, Chopin and Bartók inviting the listeners to gain an insight into Olga’s thinking as well as experience the contrasts between them. The choice of repertoire is not without purpose either – alongside Beethoven’s Sonata no.21 in C major and Chopin’s Sonata no.2 in B flat minor we find a less often recorded Bartók Sonata (1926). This gives us three different takes on the nature and genre of the sonata, ranging from the Vienna classical school of music to the first decades of the 20th century. Here we find the defining moment of Olga Jegunova’s take on interplay between music and poetry: Beethoven and Goethe, Chopin and Pasternak, Bartok and Parry.

Olga outlines her thoughts behind the repertoire choices in this promotional video:–LrD3Xnc&
oplga2Artist Information

The Latvian pianist Olga Jegunova makes every performance fresh and compelling. She possesses a remarkable musical imagination combined with a seriousness of purpose and discipline. Her repertoire ranges from Bach to Schnittke, Scarlatti to Bartok and includes much contemporary repertoire, not least some new works composed especially for her.

Olga has gained an enviable reputation as soloist and recitalist, not least winning many major international piano competitions. These include the Ginette Gaubert competition in Paris and the Steinway-Förderpreis in Hamburg. She has been a prize-winner at the Maryse Cheilan competition in France, the Stasys Vainiunas competition in Vilnius, the Animato competition in Zurich, and was a semi-finalist at the prestigious Geza Anda Concours in Zurich.

Beginning her musical studies in her native Latvia (B. Mus at the Jazeps Vitols Latvian Music Academy), Olga moved to Germany (M. Mus at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg) and Great Britain (Royal College of Music’s Artist Diploma course as an RCM scholar under Dmitri Alexeev, and Royal Northern College of Music where her piano teacher was Norma Fisher).

Olga regularly performs at festivals across Europe. These include Gstaad Piano Academy, Edinburgh International Festival, Deal Festival, IMS Prussia Cove and Sounds New Contemporary Music Festival.

Olga Jegunova is very interested in working with other groups of artists. She played the piano in the “Noureev & Friends” performance in the Palais Des Congrès in Paris in 2013 and has worked with the storyteller Jan Blake to create the Peter and the Wolf performance for children.

Olga Jegunova played for the Latvian Presidency’s annual Burns Supper in Brussels and played before HRH Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands.

Olga has participated in numerous master classes with such luminaries as Andras Schiff, Ferenz Rados, Elisso Virsaladze, Mikhail Voskresensky and Lazar Berman.  As a soloist, she has collaborated with conductors such as Saulius Sondeckis, Alexander Soddy, Andres Mustonen, Muhai Tang and Valery Ovsianikov, and appeared with ensembles and orchestras such as the Sinfonia Concertante, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Zürcher Kammerorchester, Pasdeloup Orchestra and Manchester Camerata.  Olga also is a very keen chamber musician.

Since 2009, she has worked as a performer for Live Music Now, a charity providing live music in the concert hall as well as in the welfare, educational, justice and health sectors. Olga teaches piano to students of Queen Mary London University.

Olga Jegunova was invited to work as a compere at the 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. This competition was streamed live over the Internet by Medici TV. BBC Arabic interviewed Olga Jegunova about classical music and how it makes a difference to our humanity.

In December 2015 Olga Jegunova launched a charity called OlgaRhythm to support talented music students of all ages.

In April 2016, she became a Steinway Artist. In addition, in August 2016, Olga gave birth to a son, Boris, so all-in-all it has been a busy year so far!

CD information

The CD booklet includes an essay by Olga Jegunova with her comments on each of the three-featured works together with the three poems replicated in full.

Marketing/Press Activity

The CD will receive a full service to press and initial marketing is in the process of being confirmed.

A CD launch event on 18th October is to be screened live on Facebook (it will remain indefinitely on Olga’s page). The event includes Olga in discussion with Gramophone Editor-in-Chief, James Jolly. Please go to Olga’s Facebook Page, connect with her and then view.

For review copies and any further information, please contact John Cronin  via –  Music & Media/MMC Recordings, which is a division of Music and Media Consulting Limited.

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