September Releases on Delphian

Friday 21 September 2018 sees the release of three major albums on Delphian. From the re-imagined sounds of Classical Antiquity, right up to present-day New York – via stunning contemporary British choral music – these three albums truly showcase Delphian’s reach across the classical repertoire, with artists who ar...
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María de Buenos Aires is Music Web’s Recording of the Month

Music Web International – the largest non-commercial classical music resource on the web – has named Delphian release María de Buenos Aires (DCD34186) as Album of the Month, with a superb write-up by Richard Hanlon. It’s not the first accolade to be enjoyed by the release, which features Valentina Montoya Martínez,...
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An English Requiem

It may come as a surprise to many that Brahms’s German Requiem, which for well over a century has been one of the most popular pieces in the Romantic choral repertoire, first became known in the UK in an English translation. What’s more, Brahms himself created an alternative version of the original score, swapping t...
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Hebrides Ensemble unveil their tribute to the late Sir Peter Maxwell Davies

In 2016, Hebrides Ensemble were met with a torrent of praise for their debut release on Delphian — the premiere recording of James MacMillan‘s setting of the Resurrection story, Since it was the day of preparation…. Now, they turn their attention to another of their close Scottish contemporaries, the late Sir Peter ...
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BBC Music magazine Chamber Choice for Carbonelli

It’s fair to say that the public has fallen in love with the music of Giovanni Stefano Carbonelli. Long neglected, thanks to Bojan Cicic and The Illyria Consort this extraordinary figure – composer, violinist and sometime vintner – is now well-known to many, as the tens of thousands of streams his Sonate da camera ...
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Sean Shibe enters the Chart at No. 3

Already described as ‘umissable’ (Herald), the debut solo release from Sean Shibe, Dreams & Fancies: English music for solo guitar, entered the Specialist Classical Chart this week at No. 3. This comes off the back of a FIVE STAR review in this month’s Classical Music magazine, and glowing reviews from both The ...
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