Praise for Messiaen CD

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Messiaen: Chamber Works continues to receive glowing reviews!

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Soloists of the Philharmonia Orchestra

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Messiaen CD on BBC Radio 3

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Matthew Schellhorn’s new CD, Messiaen: Chamber Works (SIGCD126), was featured on BBC Radio 3’s CD Review on Saturday 19 July 2008.

Andrew McGregor chose to play the Morceau de lecture à vue, which receives its world premiere recording on the disc.

For programme details see http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview/pip/3cuql/

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New Messiaen CD released

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British pianist Matthew Schellhorn is joined by the Soloists of the Philharmonia Orchestra in this recording of Olivier Messiaen's chamber works, including the eight-movement masterpiece Quartet for the End of Time, written while the composer was a prisoner of war and premiered in 1941 at the Stalag VIIIA camp in Silesia.

Marking one hundred years since the birth of the composer, the disc also includes the newly published Fantaisie for violin and piano (discovered after the composer's death) and the world première recording of a beautiful miniature for solo piano.



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Matthew Schellhorn on BBC Radio 3 In Tune

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Matthew Schellhorn will be playing some items from his forthcoming Wigmore Hall programme and talking about his recent and forthcoming activities on BBC Radio 3's In Tune tomorrow (Friday 21 March 2008).

You can listen online at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/intune and the interview should be just after 6 p.m.

Forthcoming Wigmore Hall recital

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Matthew Schellhorn will be performing birdsong-inspired works by French composers Daquin, Rameau, Ravel, Dutilleux and Messiaen, and also bringing to completion the wonderful cycle of Stations written for him by Irish composer Ian Wilson.

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There will also be favourites by Mozart and Chopin.

You can download the full flyer by clicking on the poster above.

Tickets begin at £10 and can booked by telephone (020 7935 2141) or online at www.wigmore-hall.org.uk.

Wigmore Hall