The Choir of Merton College’s latest release has been named Gramophone Magazine Editor’s Choice in its April edition, ahead of the album release on 29 March 2019.
Interweaving texts from the four Gospels and King James Bible, as well as those by T.S Eliot and Edmund Blunden, Jackson’s major new work forms a centrep... Read More
We’re giving away a FREE CD from our catalogue to the first 500 people who sign up to our newsletter
As organisations across Europe refresh their mailing lists, we thought of no better way to thank and reward those who stay with us than offering a free gift – and now we’re widening the net to give those who aren’t... Read More
Sean Shibe is named Young Artist of the Year at the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Awards
At the glamorous RPS Awards in central London, it has been announced that Scottish guitarist – and Delphian artist – Sean Shibe has been named Young Artist of the Year: ‘an award for a solo artist or chamber ensemble ... Read More
There was much to celebrate at the Scottish Awards for New Music 2018, as a number of Delphian artists scooped awards across a variety of categories.
Delphian’s 2017 release with The Hebrides Ensemble, The Last Island: Chamber Music by Peter Maxwell Davies was winner of theEVM Award for New Music Recording of the ... Read More
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,... Read More
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 ... Read More