Cellist Raphael Wallfisch performs Finzi’s Cello Concerto at opening concert of the 2015 English Music Festival following release of new Hungarian CD
Firmly positioned at the forefront of championing British music of the 20th century, renowned cellist Raphael Wallfisch performs Gerald Finzi’s Cello Concerto in A minor, a piece with which Wallfisch has a profound personal attachment, at Dorchester Abbey with the BBC Concert Orchestra on 22 May in
the opening concert of the 2015 English Music Festival.
Young British tenor Matthew Long releases debut CD with the LPO – Till the Stars Fall - of traditional songs and popular anthems from “Jerusalem” to Holst, Finzi and Butterworth
Young tenor Matthew Long, whose diverse career has spanned performances with The Sixteen, I Fagiolini, Sting, Adrian Utley and Will Gregory, releases his debut CD with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Malcolm Martineau and Rufus Miller, of traditional songs and popular anthems, on 2 March 2015.
London Music Masters hosts third debate on diversity in classical music chaired by Tom Service, with panellists Samantha Fernando, Stephen Frost and Vanessa Reed
Music charity London Music Masters is hosting the talk ‘Positive Action, Negative Reaction?’ in order to influence wider debate around cultural diversity in the classical music sector in the St Paul’s Roof Pavilion at the Royal Festival Hall on Monday 20 April 2015.