Countdown to the world première of Patrick Hawes’ monumental work, The Great War Symphony, which is already No1 in the Official Classical Charts.
New Client - The Choir of King’s College Cambridge - 100 Years of Nine Lessons & Carols @ Christmas
A super cover feature in The Times to launch Cheltenham Music Festival 2018.
A clean sweep of cover features in the music magazines for The King's Singers and Alamire during December and January. Very proud PR.
Meurig Bowen's 10th Cheltenham Music Festival is underway. Where to start? Sell out concerts, stellar artists and quite good press interviews too. Here's a favourite so far: http://www.classicfm.com/music-news/mirga-grazinyte-tyla/
Principality Only Boys Aloud Academi - pure teenage va va voom - and having fun doing lots of lovely interviews with them too. Here's a feature with Wales Online and Wales on Sunday http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/only-boys-aloud-singers-who-13299126
Clients on the telly - can't beat it. Alamire's David Skinner on BBC Breakfast TV on 14 April 2017.
A thrilling addition to the kategedge.com roster for 2017 - Cheltenham Music Festival - http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/music/
Lots of choirs for 2017/18. The King's Singers are back - I am delighted to be working with this fantastic group again for its 50th Annivesary in 2018 - and Tenebrae joins the client roster too for 2017. ORA has an eagerly anticipated new CD and Musica Secreta brings out Lucrezia Borgia's Daughter.
Brecon Baroque Festival 2016 - a Box Office sell-out and artistic game-changer.
The "insanely talented" Joby Burgess embarks on Pioneers of Percussion, his solo programme which tours the UK in 2016 and 2017.
ORA is born at The Tower of London - no fewer than 18 press there for the launch concerts.
Brilliant headline interview for Suzi Digby on London Live today - http://www.londonlive.co.uk/programmes/the-headline-interview/8c7180ff
Lovely coverage just keeps on coming. ITV News at Ten for Alamire and Anne Boleyn's Songbook is here: http://www.itv.com/news/2015-09-14/music-from-anne-boleyns-songbook-performed-for-first-time-in-500-years/
A brilliant weekend of press coverage for my super clients - a front cover feature in the autumn 2015 edition of Early Music Today for The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments and two features inside for Brecon Baroque Festival and Brighton Early Music Festival; BBC Radio 4's Front Row for Alamire and a lovely Telegraph Review feature from Ivan Hewett. All in a week's work.
Just a little bit excited about this - a live stream of I Fagiolini's Betrayal with The Guardian on Friday night (15 May).
New client on the block - Brighton Early Music Festival 2015 - whoo hoo!
I am thrilled to be working with I Fagiolini in 2015 for the group's new project - a polyphonic crime drama called Betrayal.
I'm launched The Spy's Choirbook (Obsidian Records) in September 2014. There were features and news stories in The Daily Telegraph, BBC Radio 4's The World at One and Midweek, BBC Radio 3's Breakfast, The Choir and In Tune. In October, it was named Amazon's No 1 Bestseller. In December it was named The Times' Classical Recording of the Year and in January 2015, it's Editor's Choice in Gramophone Magazine - the power of good music and, dare I say it, good PR.
I am thrilled to be working with the one-and-only Thomas Guthrie at Spitalfields Summer Festival 2014. Tom's ground-breaking Death Actually will be as touching as it is bawdy, and above is a taste of it from Barokkilistene.
Congratulations to Rachel Podger who won the Instrumental Award at the BBC Music Magazine Awards on 8 April 2014 for her album, Guardian Angel, on the Channel Classics label. Visit the new Brecon Baroque Festival Website too at www.breconbaroquefestival.com