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Simon Callaghan Pianist
Roger Sacheverell Coke
For release on 3 January 2020 on Lyrita!
The end of a long and exciting project.
I've been absolutely delighted at the positive response to this release! Read more
Thank you to Robert Hugill for hosting my article on his blog!
On the release day of my Coke Concertos CD, I was delighted to read some lovely five-star reviews of the 2015 solo disc on Amazon!
An exploration of the great Russian composer's influence on his English friend.
A celebration of Roger Sacheverell Coke
In my ongoing research for my PhD on this composer, I would love to make contact with anyone who knew him. No anecdote or snippet of information is irrelevant! Please comment below or use the
contact page if you would like to get in touch.
I had such a great time being interviewed on Radio 3, ahead of the broadcast of my recording of Coke's 4th Concerto with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Martyn Brabbins! Listen again
As part of my research into Roger Sacheverell Coke I greatly enjoyed a visit to his family home, Brookhill Hall in Derbyshire and to Pinxton Parish Church where he is buried.
With the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Martyn Brabbins, for Hyperion and BBC Radio 3.
Find out about this neglected composer!
Pianist Simon Callaghan’s unshakable faith in the value of this music is matched by his extraordinary ability to present it in the best possible light.
Fanfare Magazine (US) - 31/12/2017