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Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Stravinsky's death in 1971, Thomas Kemp and Chamber Domaine will be recording The Soldier's Tale in April 2021 for Resonus.

Thomas will be conducting Geranos by composer Brian Elias at Wigmore Hall on April 24th 2021.

Thomas will be conducting the world premiere of Mark-Anthony Turnage - Concertino for Clarinet and Chamber Orchestra in 2021 with the CBSO and soloist, Jon Carnac.

The salon version of Der Rosenkavalier arranged by Strauss for silent film, will be published by Schott in 2021. This fascinating score was arranged for a 1925 silent film directed by Robert Wiene and with a screen play by Hugo von Hofmannstahl.

Music@Malling has received an award from Arts Council England to develop its online resources and to produce an online festival which launches in October 2020. http://www.musicatmalling.com

Thomas spent a week in Cardiff during lockdown to record a concert for BBC Radio 3 that explored music arranged for silent film. The concert was broadcast in November 2020. Here is a link to the broadcast: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000pp7m

Music@Malling will celebrate 10 years of outstanding and innovative concerts and outreach. Dates for the 2020 festival will be 21st September - 3rd October 2020. Full details will be available on: www.musicatmalling.com

Thomas is the artistic director of the acclaimed Music@Malling Festival. Highlights include conducting The Soldier's Tale with legendary actor Charles Dance OBE and a new work Stravinscopation by James Pearson - Artistic Director of Ronnie Scott's. Full details can be found on...

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"Turnage's brilliant use of limited orchestral resources is superbly conveyed by Thomas Kemp, who balances his Chamber Domaine players with unerring...

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