Posts Tagged 'Classic Album Sunday'

Classic Album Sundays and Spitalfields Music present Max Richter & André de Ridder

Watch Max and André discussing their reworking of Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons from Spittlefields Music Festival 2017.

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A Musical Life: CAS Orkney’s Adrian Holmes

Launching for 2018 is CAS Orkney! Get the lowdown on our host Adrian Holmes with the story of his musical life.

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Classic Album Sundays and Nick Mason on Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ at the V&A Museum

On the final night of Pink Floyd’s ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition we were honoured to be asked to interview Nick Mason on his memories of ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’.

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Classic Album Sundays with The Orb at The V&A Museam on Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’

The Orb joined us at The V&A to discuss their lifelong love affair with the music of Pink Floyd as part of the ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition.

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Classic Album Sundays with Denys Baptiste on John Coltrane at London Jazz Fest

Our first appearance at London Jazz Festival was at the iconic British Library with UK jazz hero Denys Baptiste.

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UK Music Sales Rose Almost Ten Percent In 2017

The resurgence of the musical economy is continuing to grow in the UK.

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Classic Album Sundays presents ‘An Evening With Dimitri From Paris with suprise guest Francois K’

Relive our fantastic event at The Eagle London with the full video from the event including a surprise appearance by Francois K.

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David Bowie’s son launches book club

Film director and son of David Bowie, Duncan Jones, has announced the launch of an online book club…

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Classic Album Sundays and Spitalfields Music present Max Richter & André de Ridder Interview

Take a listen to Max and André discussing their reworking of Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons from Spittlefields Music Festival 2017.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Ben Hayes performing Aphex Twin ‘Selected Ambient Works 85-92’

Our final ‘Kind Of New’ event with The Jazz Café features one of the most influential electronic albums of all time.

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