Guest Artists

The artistic vision of Britten Sinfonia is built around the extraordinary skills and development of its players – all chamber musicians and soloists of the highest quality.  Britten Sinfonia invites international artists from across right the musical spectrum to work with them on projects suited to the particular skills of each visiting artist. More recently the orchestra has developed close associations with certain artists who they consult and work with regularly.

For more information on the artists featured in recent and forthcoming projects follow the links below:

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I   J  K  L   M   N  O  P   Q  R   S   T  U V  W  X  Y   Z

A

Thomas Ades

B
Allison Bell

Kuljit Bhamra
Luke Bedford
Ian Bostridge

Baldur Bronnimann

C

Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Choir of Jesus College, Cambridge
Allan Clayton

Sarah Connolly
Allison Cook
Imogen Cooper
Lucy Crowe

D
Peter Maxwell Davies

Iestyn Davies
Neal Davies

Brett Dean
Jonathan Dove
Julia Doyle

E
Sir Mark Elder
Eriks Esenvalds


F

G

James Gilchrist

H
Barbara Hannigan
Arve Henriksen
Angela Hewitt
Simon Holt

I
Alina Ibragimova

J
Netia Jones
 

K
Simon Keenlyside
Andrew Kennedy
Henning Kraggerud
Pekka Kuusisto
Oliver Knussen

Patricia Kopatchinskaja


L

Paul Lewis

M
James MacMillan
Colin Matthews
Joanna McGregor
Brad Mehldau
Nico Muhly

Nicolas Mulroy
Tim Murray

Robert Murray

N
Marcelo Nisinman

O


P
Mark Padmore
Julian Philips

Q


R
Vadim Repin

Seb Rochford

Richard Alston Dance Company
Maxim Rysanov
 

S
Andy Sheppard

 


T
Elin Manahan Thomas


U


V

W
Richard Watkins
Stian Westerhus

Ryan Wigglesworth
Roderick Williams
John Woolrich

X


Y


Z

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TAKE TWO : Louis Andriessen in Focus One

Barbican Hall, London
09 February 2016 7:30pm

Britten Sinfonia’s TAKE TWO double-bill presents a compelling portrait, placing Andriessen’s distinctive output in the context of his musical influences, including Stravinsky, Bach, jazz, and minimalist contemporaries.

TAKE TWO : Louis Andriessen in Focus Two

Milton Court Concert Hall (Barbican), London
13 February 2016 3:00pm

This dance infused programme explores Andriessen’s admiration for Stravinsky, with whom he shares an acute ear for colour and clarity of expression, the influence of Bach and his life-long love of jazz.

Britten Sinfonia At Lunch Three 2015-16

St Andrew's Hall, Norwich
19 February 2016 1:00pm

A lunchtime concert with works by Debussy and Bjarnason offering a rich exploration of colour and harmonies.

Britten Sinfonia At Lunch Three 2015-16

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
23 February 2016 1:00pm

A lunchtime concert with works by Debussy and Bjarnason offering a rich exploration of colour and harmonies.

Britten Sinfonia At Lunch Three 2015-16

Wigmore Hall, London
24 February 2016 1:00pm

A lunchtime concert with works by Debussy and Bjarnason offering a rich exploration of colour and harmonies.

Debussy, Donatoni & Bjarnason

Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton
25 February 2016 8:00pm

An evening of chamber music at Turner Sims Concert Hall, featuring music by Debussy, Donatoni and a new work by Daníel Bjarnason.

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