We are so sorry for such late notice, but we must postpone the Classic Albums at Home event with Gilles Peterson on Tuesday, 19th May, due to technical issues at Brownswood Studios.
We are rescheduling the event for next Tuesday, the 26th May at 8 pm BST.
If you are unable to attend next week, please let us know via contact@classicalbumsundays.com and we will issue you a refund.
If you are able to attend on Tuesday, the 26th May at 8 pm BST, we will automatically transfer your ticket.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused but we want to ensure our first event runs smoothly and feel confident it will run smoothly next Tuesday.
Thanks for your support and understanding!

Gilles Peterson joins Classic Album Sundays founder Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy for a one-off Zoom event discussing the overwhelming impact of music during isolation.

Like the rest of us, the DJ /Radio Host / Label Owner has been locked up at home but luckily for him, he is surround by thousands of records! Like many record collectors, Gilles has been digging up old favourites and discovering hidden gems whilst in lockdown.

In this special event, he and Colleen will discuss the albums that have been giving him solace, comfort and inspiration, so expect to be turned on to some great new music. We will also ‘open up the floor’ to questions from our attendees at the end of the session.

We have a suggested donation of £10 to support Classic Album Sundays at this difficult time. However, if you are unable to financially support, we totally understand. Just do what you can and what you feel comfortable doing. We still love ya!

Attendees will receive the Zoom link one hour before the event starts. Doors open at 7:45.

Time and Date: Tuesday 26th May 8pm – 9:30pm


Suggested Donation £10

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Gilles Peterson is a broadcaster, DJ and record collector who hosts a weekly Saturday afternoon show on BBC Radio 6 Music that’s one of the broadcaster’s most popular music shows, helms independent record label Brownswood Recordings, and is the founder of online radio station Worldwide FM.

He has been behind several game-changing record labels. Firstly, he founded Acid Jazz in the late eighties, and in the early nineties he started Talkin’ Loud where five of the albums on the label were nominated for a Mercury Music Prize. His current venture is Brownswood Recordings and as a curator and collector, he’s compiled over 100 albums.