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Delphian recordings and artists shortlisted in Scottish Awards for New Music

The nominations for the inaugural Scottish Awards for New Music have been announced and we are delighted that two Delphian recordings are featured on the shortlist. Hebrides Ensemble‘s debut recording on Delphian, of James MacMillan‘s Since it was the day of preparation… features alongside Robert Irvine‘s Songs and Lullabies: new works for solo cello in the Recorded New Work […]

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In the studio this week…

The first few weeks of 2017 have been characteristically busy here at Delphian. January always sees a glut of recording sessions, which kicked off last week with The Marian Consort recording a series of contemporary Marian motets at St Michael’s Highgate. Next week, we record chamber music by Peter Maxwell Davies in Edinburgh with Hebrides […]

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Classical Music interviews Paul Baxter and David Wilde

In this month’s Classical Music magazine, Susan Nickalls talks to Delphian’s Paul Baxter and pianist and composer David Wilde about David’s remarkable life and the pair’s unique working relationship. They first met in the year 2000 when Paul, then in the early days of establishing the label, was introduced to David by the composer Nigel Osborne, and […]

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Delphian artist appearances in December 2016

We are delighted to share details of Delphian artists in concert during December. From Devon to London, Edinburgh to Oxford, there are plenty of opportunities to hear them perform. Click HERE for full details of concerts from Epiphoni Consort, Choir of Merton College, Oxford, Concerto Caledonia, Ludus Baroque, Choir of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, Siglo de Oro […]

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Welcome to Siglo de Oro, Patrick Allies & Sam Corkin

A warm welcome to Delphian’s newest signings, Siglo de Oro, their director Patrick Allies and saxophonist Sam Corkin, whose debut recording Drop down, ye heavens: Advent antiphons for choir and saxophone was released last month to glowing reviews. Gramophone calls it ‘invigorating… this one hits you with its character and depth.’ Music Web International calls it ‘a most impressive […]

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Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge on BBC Parliament

The Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge are featured on BBC Parliament in a short film about research into the Lost Chapel of St Stephen at Westminster’s Houses of Parliament. This fascinating research project forms the backbone to the Choir’s most recent recording, Chorus vel Organa (DCD34158), which reflects the musical life of the college in its final years […]

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