Tamsin’s album “1917″ is NO 19 in the Classical charts! Buy it here - http://signumrecords.com/catalogue/tamsin-waley*cohen/1917:-works-for-violin-aand-piano/sigcd376.html
Tamsin has a new video with live footage from recording sessions and interviews – view it here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWhyHmtzbLs
Tamsin is thrilled to announce that she has been invited to become a Signum Artist, with a series of discs planned for Signum Classics. Stay tuned for more news!
Tamsin appeared on BBC3 In Tune on Monday 18th February, playing live with Huw Watkins – Here is the link to listen until the 24th of February. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01qqfm4
See a new interview and live performance of Mozart Violin Concerto no 4 in D major, with Orchestra of the Swan, and David Curtis, here- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmcHOjhMCIs
Tamsin was featured in the Evening Standard 1000 most influential Londoners. See the article here - http://www.standard.co.uk/news/the1000/londons-1000-most-influential-people-2012-music-makers-classical-8293625.html
The Lark Ascending
Live from Birmingham Town Hall, November 2011
BBC Horizon – Global Weirding – March 2012
Honeymead Ensemble on In Tune – April 2012
Tamsin Waley-Cohen, Sarah-Jane Bradley, Bartholomew Lafollette
BBC Radio 3 – In Tune – January 2010
This was in advance of Tamsin’s opening recital for the 2010 Park Lane Group series at the South Bank Centre’s Purcell Room.
Kurtag In Nomine al’ongherese and Hommage a J.S.B.
Bach Sarabande from the Partita in D minor for solo violin
George Benjamin Lullaby for Lalit and Canon for Sally.
BBC Radio 3 – In Tune – June 2010
Schumann Sonata in A minor 1st movement
Schumann Abendlied arr. by Joachim
Gershwin/Heifetz Summertime, A woman is a sometime thing, and It Ain’t Necessarily So.