New signings!



We mark the end of a magnificent 2014-15 season with a number of exciting new signings. Amongst them, some noteworthy additions to our enviable conductors’ roster; two of classical music’s great ambassadors –  British trumpeter, Alison Balsom and German-Canadian cellist, Johannes Moser; and an impressive collection of singing talent who will be the ‘ones to watch’ in the seasons to come… 
Conductors
The dynamic young American Karina Canellakis made her European conducting debut last weekend when she took over from Nikolaus Harnoncourt with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe at the Styriate Festival in Graz. Read more…
Australian-born Nicholas Carter takes up the position of Principal Conductor of Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in 2016 and is currently Kapellmeister at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Read more…
Russian-born Stanislav Kochanovsky works regularly at the Mariinskiy Theatre, St Petersburg, and with orchestras including the State Academic Symphony “Evgeny Svetlanov”,  Moscow State Symphony and the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestras. Read more…
Instrumentalists

British trumpeter Alison Balsom is one of classical music’s great ambassadors and is ranked amongst the most talented, distinctive, and ground-breaking musicians on the circuit today.
An internationally recognised face on the concert platform, Alison’s musical interests are broad and varied. Read more…
In addition to his extensive orchestral, solo and chamber concert schedule, Johannes Moser is committed to expanding the reach of classical music through educational outreach with people of all ages and as a passionate supporter of new music, he regularly commissions and performs new works. Read more…
Singers

Further recent signings reflect our mission to support emerging talent. They include tenors Oliver JohnstonOtar JorjikiaDmytro Popov and Gyula Rab, baritone Matthew Durkan and bass Anatoli Sivko.
 
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