• Berkeley Ensemble

    Hailed as ‘an instinctive collective’ (The Strad) the Berkeley Ensemble was formed with the aim of exploring little-known twentieth- and twenty-first-century British chamber music alongside more established repertoire. It now enjoys a busy concert sche …

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  • Concerto Caledonia

    Concerto Caledonia brings to life the classical and traditional music of Scotland’s history. The group’s thirteen CD recordings include Robert Burns songs in their original versions, classical symphonies from Fife, early Scots fiddle music, and the uni …

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  • Fidelio Trio

    The ‘virtuosic’ Fidelio Trio (as described in The Sunday Times) perform extremely diverse repertoire internationally and comprise London-based Irish musicians Darragh Morgan (violin) and Mary Dullea (piano) and Scottish cellist Robin Michael. Broadcast …

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  • Fires of Love

    Fires of Love was formed in 1998 with the aim of performing Renaissance and early Baroque chamber music in a fresh, innovative and accessible style, bringing lesser-known compositions to a wider audience. Based in Scotland, the quartet has performed in …

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  • Hebrides Ensemble

    With programmes that are diverse, imaginative and inspiring, Hebrides Ensemble has established itself as one of the foremost chamber music collectives in the UK. Cofounded and led by its artistic director, the cellist and conductor William Conway, the  …

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