News

  • 21 Oct 2008

    Rock Music

    Nigel Osborne has been working with Musicians from Uganda and the London Sinfonietta following a visit to Uganda where they sampled some ancient "rock gongs".

  • 14 Oct 2008

    The Park Lane Group performs Gilbert

    The London première of Anthony Gilbert's En bateau, d'apres Watteau takes place at the Royal Over-Seas League on Monday, 20 October 2008 at 7.30pm.

  • 8 Oct 2008

    Simaku and Stringer in Rome

    Two of UYMP's composers will be performed in Rome by pianist Noriko Kawai

  • 28 Sep 2008

    Bouquets for Luís

    ...from the depth of distance received its performance at by the Albany Symphony Orchestra to much acclaim.

  • 26 Sep 2008

    Luís Tinoco in Albany

    Luís Tinoco's latest composition ...from the depth of distance has been given its première performance by the Albany Symphony Orchestra. 

  • 20 Sep 2008

    Fanfare for Simaku

    A new review has now been published for Thomas Simaku's latest CD (NAXOS 8.570428). Review from Fanfare Magazine, September/October 2008

  • 28 Aug 2008

    Paredes at the Edinburgh Festival

    "It was like a beautifully structured celebration of life's possibilities."

  • 18 Aug 2008

    Glowing review for 'An Unexpected Light'

    A new review of Sadie Harrison's CD 'An Unexpected Light', released on the NMC label: 

  • 2 Aug 2008

    Kondo at SICPP

    Jo Kondo has recently completed an extremely successful residency at NEC's Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice (SICPP).

  • 1 Aug 2008

    Simaku broadcast on Deutschlandradio in Cologne

    Thomas Simaku's CD was recently reviewed on Die Neue Platte programme of Deutschlandradio in Cologne. Here Mark Hutchinson translates the item, Avantgarde und Ethnologie vereint, by its music editor-in-chief Frank Kämpfer.

  • 2 Jul 2008

    More praise for Simaku's latest CD

    The Kreutzer Quartet's recordings of music by Thomas Simaku have received further critical acclaim in this article from Kenneth Carter.

  • 1 Jul 2008

    Death of Bill Colleran

    It is with great regret that we announce that University of York Music Press's co-founder, William Colleran, has died. Schoenberg once described Henri Heinrichsen as a 'grand seigneur'. Bill Colleran could have been so described, such has been his influential role in British music publishing for some fifty years.