Decca Records Celebrates 90 Years with Literati Event

JW MARRIOTT GROSVENOR HOUSE, LONDON’S EMINENT BOOK CLUB EVENT, LITERATI, WILL HOST DECCA RECORDS IN JOINT 90TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION With Grosvenor House and Decca Records both established in 1929, Park Lane’s most iconic hotel and the legendary British record label are both celebrating their 90th anniversaries with a year-long programme of events. Literati is an intimate event where guests have... Continue Reading →

Ludovico Einaudi Completes Seven Day Project and Sells Out The Barbican

Following his sold-out, seven-night residency at the Barbican, London, last week, Decca announced the release of ‘Seven Days Walking: Day Seven’ by Classical composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi - the climactic episode in his seven-volume collection. The work is Einaudi's most ambitious project yet, with seven albums released over as many months. Planned for release on 20th September... Continue Reading →

Miloš Karadaglić Returns with Symbolic Album – The Sound of Silence

Classical artist Miloš Karadaglić returns with his 5th studio album The Sound of Silence - out 13th September on Decca Classics. Back in 2016 following the release of 'Blackbird', his cover of much loved Beatles songs, Miloš suffered a devastating hand injury which forced him to quit playing until fully recovered. New album The Sound... Continue Reading →

Sheku Kanneh-Mason Makes Chart History

18-year-old cello player Sheku Kanneh-Mason is taking the music world by storm as he becomes this year’s best-selling British debut artist – across ALL genres – making the Top 20 in the Official UK Albums Chart with his classical album ‘Inspiration’. It entered the main chart at No.18 and is also No.1 in the classical chart. Sheku makes chart history as the first BBC Young Musician winner to enter... Continue Reading →

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