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Music with friends: Royal Northern Sinfonia's Trout Quintet

Royal Northern Sinfonia © Mark Savage
An affectionate Trout played by long-standing colleagues and friends from Royal Northern Sinfonia, along with Imogen Holst's Phantasy Quartet and Thomas Adès's fascinating Piano Quintet

A balance of form and passion: Lars Vogt plays Brahms with RNS

Lars Vogt © Giorgia Bertazzi
A gloriously romantic performance by Lars Vogt and Royal Northern Sinfonia of Brahms' First Piano Concerto, complemented by Beethoven and Schumann.

Radical Brahms from Alexandre Bloch and Royal Northern Sinfonia

Alexandre Bloch © Sebastian Ene
Alexandre Bloch and Royal Northern Sinfonia throw down a challenge to any listener who thinks that Brahms is comfortable and easy with a radical reading of his Fourth Symphony.

The Royal Northern Sinfonia's Mix and Match at Cadogan Hall

The Royal Northern Sinfonia directed by Bradley Creswick and featuring the guitar soloist Craig Ogden offer an enterprising mixture of works and styles.

Taking coffee with Bach

Laurence Cummings and Royal Northern Sinfonia round off their week of Bach concerts at Sage Gateshead with joyful orchestral music, and Bach's miniature comic opera.

Northern Sinfonia: Bradley Creswick's blazing fiddle

As their contribution to The Sage Gateshead’s weekend-long “Fiddles on Fire” festival, Northern Sinfonia presented a selection of solo violin and string music that artfully blurred the distinctions between musical periods and genres, putting the emphasis firmly on the instrument itself, and on the spirited playing of their leader, Bradley Creswick.