Peter Rose and Anne Conlon have written several of the world’s best-loved children’s musical works, including Yanomamo, Ocean World and African Jigsaw.
One of the group of English composers - Elgar, Parry, Stanford, Holbrooke and Havergal Brian were among the others - active in the first half of this century who continued working within the boundaries of traditional harmony long after the musical establishment began looking towards the new direction given by the Second Viennese School.
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One of the most distinctive artists of his generation, Stephen Hough combines a distinguished career as a concert pianist with those of a composer and a writer. Named by The Economist as one of 20 Living Polymaths, Hough was the first classical performer to be awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, whereby he joined prominent scientists, writers,…
Paul Patterson studied trombone and composition at the Royal Academy of Music, returning there to become Head of Composition and Contemporary Music until 1997, when he became Manson Professor of Composition. A regular guest on composition competition panels both in the UK and further afield, he has worked with South East Arts, the London Sinfonietta…
Forthcoming Paul Patterson Performances
11th May 2013
Michael Bonaventure, organ
St Laurence Church, London
Comedy for Five Winds &…
Lawrence Power plays Bowen's Viola Concerto
A work that is slowly making its way in to the repertoire of viola players, Bowen’s wonderfully lush concerto from…
New CD release - Malcolm Williamson
Malcolm Williamson’s Concerto for Two Pianos and String Orchestra is a work that doesn’t often get an airing but in…
Vale Sir Colin Davis
Sir Colin Davis, whose contribution to the musical world went well beyond being a conductor, died yesterday at the age…
Rose/Conlon hymn in Songs Of Praise Choir of the Year competiton
A hymn from the popular “Hymns for a Caring World” is to feature in forthcoming broadcasts
Farewell - Larry Ashmore
Josef Weinberger Limited is saddened to report of the death of Larry Ashmore, who suffered a stroke on Monday 4th…
Stephen Hough’s Piano Sonata No.2 (notturno luminoso) received its London premiere at the Barbican on 19th January 2013. The work is central to his 2012/13 season recital programming.
Learn more about Stephen and request a free catalogue of works
The oboe and piano reduction of Patterson’s Phoenix Concerto is now available for purchase alongside the Phoenix Sonata.
“...immediately approachable, eminently programmable, and cultivating collaboration of ensemble instead of soloistic starriness…”