Recordings

Britten Sinfonia has released records on Harmonia Mundi, Hyperion, Sound Circus, EMI and others. Information on Britten Sinfonia’s discography, with links to buy online where available, follows below:

Vaughan Williams/James MacMillan oboe concertos

Two major British oboe concertos featuring soloist Nicholas Daniel with the Britten Sinfonia.

Goldberg Variations

Associate Leader, Thomas Gould directs Britten Sinfonia in Dmitry Sitkovetsky's beautifully realised arrangment for strings of Bach's great keyboard work, the Goldberg Variations.

Music for Remembrance

Featuring Westminster Abbey Choir, soloists Christine Rice and Roderick Williams and Britten Sinfonia the main feature of this recording is Durufle's Requiem, one of the best-loved works of the twntieth century.

Britten Saint Nicolas with the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Andrew Kennedy
The Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Britten Sinfonia
Jacqueline Shave
Sawston Village College Choir
CUMS Chorus
Stephen Cleobury

Vaughan Williams / Warlock with Mark Padmore and Britten Sinfonia

Britten Sinfonia
Mark Padmore
Jacqueline Shave
Nicholas Daniel
Huw Watkins

Kreek’s Notebook

Royal Holloway Choir
Britten Sinfonia
Rupert Gough (conductor)

Jaga Jazzist Live with Britten Sinfonia

Jaga Jazzist
Britten Sinfonia
Thomas Gould

Britten Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings

Britten Sinfonia
Mark Padmore
Jacqueline Shave
Stephen Bell

Passion and Resurrection

Eriks Esenvalds
Britten Sinfonia
Carolyn Sampson
Polyphony
Stephen Layton

Live in Buenos Aires

Joanna MacGregor
Britten Sinfonia

BS 002 Hindemith

Daniel Hyde
Britten Sinfonia
Benjamin Bayl

BS 001 Songs of the Sky

Featuring Britten Sinfonia musicians and Alina Ibragimova, Julius Drake, Joanna MacGregor, and Jason Yarde

Handel Messiah

Britten Sinfonia
Julia Doyle
Iestyn Davies
Allan Clayton
Andrew Foster-Williams
Polyphony
Stephen Layton

Pawel Lukaszewski Via Crucis

Britten Sinfonia
Iestyn Davies
Allan Clayton
Andrew Foster-Williams
Roger Allam
Polyphony
Stephen Latyon

Poulenc Gloria - 2008 Gramophone Award Finalist

Britten Sinfonia
Susan Gritton
Polyphony
Trinity College Chapel Choir, Cambridge
Stephen Layton

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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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