Tamsin Waley-Cohen

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BEETHOVEN CD WITH HUW WATKINS IS RELEASED
Out today on Signum Classics – have a listen here!

TWO MOORS FESTIVAL PROGRAMME IS PUBLISHED
Tamsin is really pleased to be able to publish the planned festival programme for this autumn – check it out HERE! Or sign up for the mailing list here to be the first to know when tickets go on sale.

LIVING ROOM LIVE
At the beginning of Lockdown, Tamsin, together with her sister Freya, Freya’s fiance George Fu, and her husband Daniel, started Living Room Live, in an effort to create something positive for musicians and music lovers alike, as months of concerts were wiped from the diary. It is a collaborative sharing platform, and musicians from all over the world invite the listened in to their homes, to experience music the way we musicians live with it. Musicians are paid for their music making, and we invite donations and micropayments to support our online concert series. You can read more about it on our website, as well as watch all our past concerts at livingroom-live.com

ARTISTIC DIRECTORSHIP
Tamsin has been appointed Artistic Director of the Two Moors Festival! More information here – The Two Moors Festival

CPE BACH REVIEWS
The year started off with lovely reviews of the new triple CPE Bach disc with James Baillieu, including receiving editors choice in Gramophone Magazine. We also made a couple podcasts about it, The Classical Pod, and Thoroughly Good. You can of course stream or buy at all the usual places, or purchase it directly from Signum.

EDUCATIONAL CHARITY
With the Albion quartet, we have just launched our new educational charity, Friends of the Albion Quartet working with underprivileged and SEN schools across the country. Read more about it here.

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We have some exciting news about our concerts this autumn coming soon - stay tuned! #music #exmoor #dartmoor #livemusic

'I cannot remember it sounding more personal..' Martin Dreyer reviews @TamsinWaleyCohe & @chrisglynn00 #RyeStream for @Charleshutchpr1 https://charleshutchpress.co.uk/review-ryestream-ryedale-festival-online-tamsin-waley-cohen-and-christopher-glynn-july-25/