Steven Devine - harpsichordHarpsichord and conductor player Steven Devine will contribute to the Radio 3 Home Sessions playing Buxtehude: Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BuxWV 163. Hear his interview with presenter Katie Derham on on BBC Radio 3 In Tune at 18:20 on April 28. The programme is streamed live on the BBC Radio 3 website and will be available as ‘audio on demand’ for 30 days after the broadcast.

 

La Bohème in lock-down

April 24, 2020

La Boheme in lockdownUnable to be locked-down in the usual Paris garret tenor Bechara Moufarrej in Lebanon and Russian baritone Alexey Gusev give us a bit of La Bohème Act 1 with friends in Germany, Serbia and Ukraine: https://youtu.be/tJb3F35ZFkA. I’m a bit worried about that cough …

 

 

Bethany Horak-Hallett mezz-soprano & hospital porterRecently recovered from Covid-19 herself mezzo Bethany Horak-Hallett has replaced a cancelled Glyndebourne engagement by donning scrubs and appearing as a hospital porter at the temporary Nightingale Hospital, London. Let’s hope she won’t need to be playing the new role for too long.

Dietrich Henschel, baritoneTune in at 20:30 (CET) on Good Friday to hear Baritone Dietrich Henschel sing Beethoven, Liszt and Wolf Lieder with Arno Waschk, piano, at the Schinkel Pavillion, Berlin. Follow the Concerts in Quarantine link. 

 

Bach, The universe

Join conductor Steven Devine and soprano Zoe Brookshaw for the latest in the Bach, the Universe and Everything series with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment at 11:30BST on April 5 on Youtube link: https://youtu.be/EptO4p-ynQk. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Chichester District CouncilCaroline Phillips Management remains open for business during the Covid-19 lockdown.

In the absence of live events we are working with our promoter partners to make available streaming of ‘behind closed doors’ as well as archive performances featuring our artists.  Keep well.

Steven Devine - harpsichord @ National Centre for Early Music 2020-03-20It’s an ill wind … The video stream of Steven Devine playing Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 live from the National Centre For Early Music  “behind closed doors” on 21st March has already been viewed over 66,000 times. The remaining preludes and fugues are scheduled for July 6, 9 & 10.  View at https://www.facebook.com/yorkearlymusic/videos/520117185372323/

Sam Boden Zurich début

March 10, 2020

Samuel Boden
Photo: Marco BorggreveTenor Samuel Boden will make his Opernhaus Zürich début next season.  He will sing Oronte in Alcina alongside Cecilia Bartoli, Magdalena Kožená and Sandrine Piau in a production by Christof Loy conducted by Giovanni Antonini.

Steven Devine joins CPM

March 3, 2020

Steven Devine - conductor © Ian Davies 1We are delighted to welcome conductor and keyboard player Steven Devine to the CPM family of artists for General Management.

A highly-regarded musician of great versatility Devine is Conductor & Artistic Advisor of The English Haydn Festival; Music Director of New Chamber Opera, Oxford; Director of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment series Bach the Universe & Everything; Artistic Advisor to the York Early Music Festival and Principal Keyboard of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. He is also a founding member of the innovative electronic music group Art of Moog.

Significant forthcoming appearances include conducting Purcell, Blow & Britten with the OAE and tenor Ian Bostridge; Haydn and JC Bach at the English Haydn Festival and Galuppi La Diavolessa with New Chamber Opera.

At the harpsichord he plays Bach Goldberg Variations at King’s Place, London;  Bach Das Wohltemperierte Klavier at the York Early Music Festival and as fortepiano soloist he will perform Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 1 with the English Haydn Orchestra and next season joins the OAE for Mozart Piano Concerto No.23.

Nicholas Kraemer - conductor c2a9-robert-carpenter-turner.jpgConductor Nicholas Kraemer returns to the Chicago Symphony for a gorgeous Bach, Handel and Purcell programme with countertenor Iestyn Davies and Amanda Forsyth, soprano. Performances at Orchestra Hall, Chicago on March 26, 27 and 28