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Thomas will be conducting Strauss - Der Rosenkavalier in a rarely heard salon version from 1925 accompanying a silent film of the opera.  The performance is part of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Southbank Series - Visions, Illusions and Delusions -  and includes premieres of Strauss songs arranged for silent film, sung by...

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Thomas spent a week in Lapland conducting Stravinsky, Vaughan Williams, Walton and Jolivet. The Pojolan Sanomat praised the performance for its "perfect balance of sound and soulful interpretation....The string section threw themselves into a frenzied rhythm under the masterful direction of Thomas...

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Here is a piece for the Arts Professional about running a music...

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Thomas Kemp is to conduct Chamber Domaine in two recordings in early 2017 of rarely heard works of Jean Sibelius and the complete music for flute and ensemble by Mozart.  The Sibelius recording will include the melodrama The Woodnymph recorded for the first time in English and the world premiere of the original pit band...

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Here is a link to a piece for The Gramophone which highlights to issues with music education in...

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Music@Malling was in the roundup of Top Classical Events for 2015 in The Artsdesk.  It is great to be in such illustrious international...

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Thomas will guest conduct the Kemi Sinfonietta this October in a concert of music by Robert Schumann. He will also direct The Lark Ascending in a concert that also includes Schumann's Symphony No.4 and Introduction, Scherzo and Finale - both written in...

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In September 2015, Thomas will conduct four performances of David Horne's Grimm Tales as part of the Music@Malling Festival. The commission, supported by The Britten-Pears Foundation, will be performed by Chamber Domaine and English National Ballet and will engage hundreds of school children across Kent in creative activities.

Thomas will also be conducting the UK premiere of...

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Thomas performed at Classical Kicks at iconic jazz club Ronnie Scotts on 29th January in a programme of Ravel and Bach read more »

Andrew Clements reviews Journey to Aldeburgh read more »