New Zealand pianist Stephen de Pledge’s new album of solo piano music takes it’s title from a line in Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, and presents a selection of ‘Love in Piano Music’, CHRCD093 A Madness Most Discreet.
Soprano Ruby Hughes releases her debut solo recital disc with pianist Joseph Middleton, an anthology of night songs by Mahler, Britten, Berg and Schubert, CHRCD098 Nocturnal Variations.
Mezzo-soprano Clare McCaldin explores songs about female madness in CHRCD111 Notes from the Asylum.
Sofia Gubaidulina’s Dancer on a Tightrope gives the title for this debut recording for Champs Hill from YCAT artist Bartosz Woroch, CHRCD114 Dancer on a Tightrope.
Joseph Middleton leads an exceptional group of singers in a new 2 CD anthology of Benjamin Britten’s realisations of the songs of Henry Purcell, CHRCD106 Purcell songs realised by Benjamin Britten.
Benjamin Frith explores Stanford's lesser known Piano Concert No 2 alongside neglected repertoire: Stanford’s ‘Dante Rhapsodies’, Six Characteristic Pieces and Five Caprices, CHRCD042 Stanford: Piano Concerto No 2 & Works for Solo Piano.
Currently a BBC New Generation Artist, baritone Benjamin Appl makes his Champs Hill debut with a disc of Lieder by Grieg, Rubenstein, Schubert, Felix & Fanny Mendelssohn and Schumann, CHRCD112 Stunden, Tage, Ewigkeiten: Heinrich Heine - Lieder.
Champs Hill Records is delighted to release the second volume in Malcolm Martineau’s series of Mendelssohn vocal releases presenting songs by Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn alongside each other, CHRCD091 Mendelssohn: Complete Songs Vol 2.
Champs Hill: Winner of the RPS Award for Chamber Music and Song 2014
This award celebrates a unique venture in West Sussex which offers holistic support for chamber music and song: promoting excellence in performance, and through its own record label, nurturing young talent and exploring unusual repertoire in a calm and supportive environment.