Ruth Palmer

Violinist Ruth Palmer brings glamour and engagement to the concert stage and is fast developing an international reputation for her intense physical performances, deeply sonorous sound and championing of new music. She won the Young British Classical Performer 2007 award at the Classical BRITs. Ruth’s debut CD of Shostakovich Concerto …

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Alexander Panfilov

Described as a ‘sensitive pianist’ (The Arts Desk) and also praised for his ‘responsive’ chamber music (Gramophone), Alexander Panfilov is one of the rare artists of his generation combining an extensive solo performance career with a passion for all forms of music-making. He was recently name the winner of the …

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Jamie Parker

After early studies with Keiko Parker and Edward Parker, pianist Jamie Parker studied with Kum-Sing Lee at the Vancouver Academy of Music and University of British Columbia (UBC), graduating from both in the 1980s with a major in Piano Performance, and a minor in Midnight Beach Fires. With the help …

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Jane Parker-Smith

Jane Parker-Smith (1950-2020) was one of the world’s leading concert organists. A pupil of Nicolas Kynaston and Jean Langlais, she made her London debut at Westminster Cathedral at the age of 20, followed by a first solo concert appearance in the BBC Promenade Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall two …

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The Parnassian Ensemble

Since its formation in 1998, The Parnassian Ensemble has gained a reputation for its virtuosic performances and innovative programming. It regularly appears at prestigious venues throughout the British Isles such as The Purcell Room and St John’s, Smith Square, London; St David’s Hall, Cardiff and The Fairfield Hall, Croydon. The …

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