OAE
King's Singers
Daniel Hyde
Christiane Karg
Peter Donohoe
Elena Urioste
Stephen Layton
Jonathan Cohen
Carolyn Sampson
Iestyn Davies
Jennifer Pike
Kirill Karabits
Kate Lindsey
Tenebrae
Ursula Monberg
Anthony Roth Constanzo
Brodsky Quartet
Voces8

Adrian Peacock, probably the best-known producer of choral music in the industry. Gramophone 

...razor sharp hearing and unflappable, good humoured session management. Invaluable... Stephen Layton

Adrian is a singer's best friend in production work. He has a great feel for sound and the skill to bring the best out of musicians. 

He's my first choice every time. Bob Chilcott

Adrian has very fine ears and shows great efficiency in sessions - I'm delighted to recommend him. His long experience as a perfomer means he understands the music from the inside, and the motivation required to encourage artists to work at their highest level. Paul McCreesh

Voces8 

VOCES8 Records| Release date July 2020 
 

Marking the group's 15th anniversary ‘After Silence’, the new self-released double-album from VOCES8, celebrates the power of music and voicing the inexpressible.

"If you respond to the beauty of perfectly blended unblemished voices, this outstanding collection is for you. If you want rough edges look elsewhere."   The Guardian

"...arrestingly beautiful."  "The musicianship here is dazzling..."  "Everything has been captured lovingly but truthfully, allowing us to hear the individual voices behind the group's signature blend.The result is the best thing Voces8 have done in ages..."    Gramophone Editor's Choice

The Queen's Six

Morales, Guerrero, Lobo and others

Signum| Release date August 2020 
 

This is a musical trip from the mid-sixteenth century to around 1700, involving music in Late Renaissance style, carrying Spanish Catholicism across the Atlantic to supplant an indigenous culture.

London Mozart Players | William Vann | Crouch End Festival Chorus 

Sarah Fox, Kathryn Rudge, Toby Spence, Henry Waddington 

Chandos| Release date March 2020 | Digital booklet

 

*** 2020 GRAMOPHONE MAGAZINE AWARD NOMINEE***
 

Recorded after the first London performance for over 130 years, Parry’s neglected oratorio here   appears on disc for the very first time. Premiered in Birmingham in August 1888, Judith consolidated Parry’s reputation as a choral composer.

“… after a century gathering dust, it [Parry’s Judith] enjoys a superlative premiere recording by the London Mozart Players, vigorously conducted by William Vann, with committed singing from the Crouch End Festival Chorus and a fine line up of soloists …”  BBC Music Magazine

Arcangelo | Kate Lindsey 

Handel, Scarlatti, Haydn

Alpha Classics| Release date January 2020 | Digital booklet
 

*** 2020 GRAMOPHONE MAGAZINE AWARD NOMINEE***

 

Kate Lindsey explores here her other repertoire of choice, the music of the eighteenth century. In partnership with Jonathan Cohen and Arcangelo, she has recorded three cantatas focusing on the myth of Ariadne.

"The playing of Arcangelo under Jonathan Cohen is typically high-quality, and often heartbreakingly attendant to the drama. This is a lovely programme, expertly performed and full of touching feeling and imagination."  Gramophone

Cupertinos | Cardoso Requiem and Motets 

Luís Toscano

Hyperion Records| Release date January 2019 | Digital booklet
 

Manuel Cardoso’s extant works comprise five volumes of sacred choral music, published in Lisbon in the first half of the seventeenth century. Luís Toscano and Cupertinos here reveal an award-winning selection of the very finest.

LATEST RECORDINGS

The Choirs of Pembroke College, Cambridge| all things are quite silent  

Anna Lapwood

Signum| Release date August 2020
 

The first commercial release for these choirs and Anna Lapwood as conductor sees a playlist of some of the choirs’ favourite music - an interesting potpourri of works across the genres.   

ARTISTS & CLIENTS

CHOIRS

The Bach Choir

Chantage

Chapelle du Roi

Collegium Regale

Consortium 

The Crossing
The Choir of Jesus College, Oxford

The Choir of Keble College, Oxford

The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

The Choir of the King’s Consort

The Choir of the London Oratory

The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford

The Choir of St Paul's Cathedral, London

The Choirs of Pembroke College, Cambridge 

The Choir of Queen's College, Oxford

The Choir of Royal Holloway

The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge

Gabrieli Consort 

The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain

National Youth Choir Fellows

Nonsuch Singers

Polyphony

Princeton Glee Club 

Schola Cantorum, Oxford

Swedish Chamber Choir

The Rodolfus Choir

Tenebrae

Vasari Singers

Vox Turturis
Westminster Cathedral Choir

Westminster Abbey Choir

Wells Cathedral Choirs

Winchester Cathedral Choirs

VOCAL ENSEMBLES
The Binchois Consort

The Brabant Ensemble

Cinquecento

Fieri Consort

Gallicantus

Gesualdo Six

I Fagiolini

The King’s Singers
The Sirens

Skylark Vocal Ensemble

The Vocal Orchestra

Voces8

 

COMPOSERS

David Briggs

Bob Chilcott

Ronald Corp

Rebecca Dale

Ēriks Ešenvalds

Ola Gjeilo 
Michael Gordon

Timothy Hamilton
Gabriel Jackson

Karl Jenkins

Tõnu Kõrvits
Morten Lauridsen

Alexander L'Estrange

Paweł Łukaszewski

James MacMillan 

Matthew Martin

Owain Park

Arvo Pärt

Francis Pott

Ben Rowarth

Caroline Shaw

Kile Smith
Sir John Tavener

Ian Venables

 

CONDUCTORS

Jeremy Backhouse

Martin Baker

David Bates

Greg Beardsell

Harry Bicket

Richard Bonynge

Paul Brough
Tom Bullard 

James Burton

Andrew Carwood

Stephen Cleobury

Jonathan Cohen

Charles Cole

Gabriel Crouch

David Curtis

James Davey

Alessandro De Marchi

James O’Donnell  

Thierry Fischer

Rupert Gough

Matthew Guard

David Hill

Robert Hollingworth

Robert Howarth 

Daniel Hyde

Kirill Karabits

Robert King

Andrew Kirkman

Anna Lapwood

Stephen Layton

David Lloyd-Jones 

Andrew Lumsden

Matthew Martin

Paul McCreesh

Donald Nally

Simon Over

Matthew Owens
Ben Parry

Simon Phipps

Owen Rees

Patrick Russill

Nigel Short

Andrew-John Smith

William Vann

 

ENGINEERS, EDITORS & PRODUCERS
Will Brown

Simon Eadon 

Adam Goldsmith

Mike Hatch 

Robin Hawkins  

Limo Hearn 

David Hinitt 
Neil Hutchinson 

Craig Jenkins
Andrew Mellor

Raphaël Mouterde

Tommy Pearson

Andrew Post 

Dave Rowell 

Alexander Van Ingen

ENSEMBLES & ORCHESTRAS  
Academia Montis Regali
s

Academy of Ancient Music
Arcangelo
BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Britten Sinfonia

Brodsky Quartet
Danish National Symphony Orchestra
Dante Quartet

English Concert

English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble

Fretwork

Instruments of Time and Truth

The King's Consort 

La Nuova Musica

Les Violons du Roi

London Brass

Mari and Hakon Samuelsen

Northern Sinfonia 
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Orchestra of The Swan

Phantasm

Philharmonia Orchestra

Rautio Piano Trio

Southern Sinfonia
 

PUBLISHERS 
Boosey & Hawkes 
Music Sales Group 

 

RECORD COMPANIES

Archiv

Arthaus Musik
ASV

Berlin Classics

Brilliant Classics

Chandos Records

Decca Classics

Decca Gold

Deutsche Grammophon

EMI Classics

Guild

Herald

Hyperion Records

Opus Arte

RCA Red Seal

Signum Classics 

VIVAT

Winged Lion

 

SOLOISTS

Nicolas Altstaedt
Eugene Asti
Nicola Benedetti

Catherine Bott

James Bowman
Christine Buffle
Sarah Connolly
Simon Crawford-Phillips

Lucy Crowe 
Iestyn Davies
Neal Davies

Peter Donohoe

Thomas Dunsford

Jeremy Filsell

Maria Forsstrom

Sarah Fox 

William Fox
James Gilchrist

Philippe Graffin
Susan Gritton

Aled Jones

Tedd Joselson

Anna Lapwood

Christiane Karg

Andrew Kennedy 
Emma Kirkby

Alastair Miles

Marie-Noëlle Kendall

Malcolm Martineau

Tim Mead

Ursula Monberg

Olga Mykytenko

Joseph Nolan

Emily Pailthorpe

Jennifer Pike

Alina Pogostkina

Tom Poster

Anthony Roth Constanzo
Kathryn Rudge

Carolyn Sampson

Toby Spence

Timothy Travers-Brown

Eleanor Turner

Elena Urioste

Henry Waddington

Huw Watkins

Roderick Williams

David Wilson-Johnson
Shlomo

Elena Xanthoudakis

 

 

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