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Delphian titles listed among Critics’ Choices of 2016

As the year draws to a close, the critics’ choice awards for the best new recordings of 2016 are being announced and we are delighted that these already include three Delphian titles (one of which gets two nominations). Gramophone Critics’ Choice 2016 ‘This performance is sumptuous enough to keep me satisfied for the whole year… This fayre is truly […]

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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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Delphian selected as Primephonic Label of the Month

We are delighted to share the news that Primephonic has selected Delphian as its Label of the Month for September. Throughout the month, Primephonic are offering a discount on all Delphian titles, as well as a free sampler of selected Delphian titles. To celebrate this accolade, the Primephonic team interviewed two key Delphian artists, Rory McCleery […]

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Paul Baxter joins Record Review live at the Edinburgh Festivals

On Saturday 13 August, Delphian’s very own Paul Baxter joined Andrew McGregor for a special edition of Record Review live from the Edinburgh Festivals. Recorded in front of a live audience at the BBC hub in George Heriot’s School, Paul featured alongside journalist Kate Molleson, classical music retailer Anne McAlister, and pianist and broadcaster Iain Burnside, […]

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Hebrides Ensemble reaches No. 1 in the Specialist Classical Chart

Our first recording in a new partnership with Hebrides Ensemble has entered the Specialist Classical Chart at No. 1. James MacMillan’s stunning Resurrection setting, Since it was the day of preparation… has also proved a hit with the critics, earning a clutch of 5 star reviews and a coveted Gramophone Editor’s Choice. Commending the ‘transparent quality’ of […]

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