"Pure, velvety and wonderfully expressive….It is not impossible to believe that this was the sort of sound that Orpheus himself might have been capable of"

'It is always a joy to witness an artist with this kind of life-spark, one who really connects with the music, with her instrument, with listeners. The audience's response to her was thunderous.'

'For me, the Arcadia Quartet is – at least concerning Janáček – the cutting edge currently among European interpreters……Outstanding!'

“… utterly moving, as a result of a truly great modesty which cannot be replaced by simplicity or unpretentiousness; a modesty without any sentimentality. The musicians know, with minute precision, how to guard the boundary between the intimacy of chamber music and the sweeping grandeur of a large-scale concert, only achievable by artists whose capacities and experience are on an equally high level.”

“… Wallfisch gives the finest account on cello I’ve ever heard… Wallfisch delivers a beautiful adagio and York voices every line with superb clarity and coherence, so crucial in this turbulent work…” ****

”No living cellist has done more to promote the British cello concerto than Raphael Wallfisch…"

...one of the most prolific and well-known clarinet soloists of the past quarter century

O’Carroll Artist & Project Management is a company where our hand-picked roster of artists flourish, feel stimulated and respected.

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Piers Lane, Piano

“London-based Australian pianist Piers Lane added a superb mixture of poetry and drama to his crystalline pianism, Davis ensuring that the orchestra delivered the music’s often ebullient sophistication lightly. An encore of Beethoven refracted through the lens of Dudley Moore provided cheeky wit.” ★★★★ Tony Way, The Age, November 24th 2019

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Emma Johnson

...one of the most prolific and well-known clarinet soloists of the past quarter century (The Clarinet, America)

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Wallfisch/York Duo

“… Wallfisch gives the finest account on cello I’ve ever heard… and York voices every line with superb clarity and coherence, so crucial in this turbulent work…” BBC Music Magazine, September 2016

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Artist News and Events

Classical Music Magazine: These Women’s Works – Tasmin Little/Chandos

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 4th February 2019

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40:29 / 43:45 LMP LIVE! at St Giles, Cripplegate, with guest soloist Tasmin Little OBE – July 2020

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 7th July 2020

Hats off to the London Mozart Players’ for their innovative and beautifully performed second socially-distanced concert in partnership with Classic FM.  The concert was performed in July 2020 at the end of the Covid-19 lockdown, in the Church of St Giles, Cripplegate, in the City of London.  Guest soloists was Tasmin Little with Vaughan Williams’ ‘Lark Ascending’

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“Lane plays them both with deep musical insight and virtuoso dash” Hugh Canning, Sunday Times, 28 June 2020

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 2nd July 2020

Rubbra and Bliss
Piano Concertos
Piers Lane (piano), the Orchestra Now, cond Leon Botstein

Hyperion CDA68297
This series of “Romantic Piano Concertos” reaches its 81st volume with this pairing of the flamboyant Bliss concerto commissioned for the 1939 New York World Fair, and Rubbra’s more reflective, bucolic piece from the mid-1950s. Lane plays them both with deep musical insight and virtuoso dash, and throws in Morning Song, a short Arnold Bax piece that was a 21st birthday present for the then Princess Elizabeth.

Hugh Canning, The Sunday Times, 28 June 2020

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“This is a splendid performance by Lane and Botstein” John Quinn, musicweb-international.com, June 2020

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 2nd July 2020

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