Steven Mead -Euphonium Concerto
Fiona Cross - Clarinet Concerto
Andrew Haveron - Violin Concerto
David Owen Norris - Jazz Piano Concerto
- Concerto for Clarinet and String Orchestra (1948 rev.1956)
- Concerto for Euphonium and Chamber Orchestra (1972 rev.1976,1991)
- Con Moto
- Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra (1949-50)
- Jazz Concerto for Piano, Strings and Percussion (1965)
- Slow Blues
Steve is featured in this first ever recording of the most famous euphonium concerto with a professional orchestra, conducted by the composer himself.
As a celebration of the 80th birthday of this popular composer, EPOCH DUTTON recordings have released this fabulous new album featuring 4 concertos accompanied by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia, conducted by the composer.
Royal Ballet Sinfonia, the orchestra of the Birmingham Royal Ballet.
As the only regularly contracted ballet orchestra in the UK, the Royal Ballet Sinfonia enjoys a full touring schedule, appearing with Birmingham Royal Ballet in its hometown, in London and around the UK and frequently with the Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera house, Covent Garden. The orchestra has appeared with many of the world's leading ballet companies including Paris Opera Ballet, New York City Ballet, Australian Ballet, The Kirov.
Photo: Steve recording at the Cadogan Hall, London with Horovitz conducting the Royal Ballet Sinfonia