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The fourth Music@Malling festival launches with six performances of H K Gruber - Frankenstein!! The festival also includes a Bach Pilgrimage and jazz events with James Pearson and the Ronnie Scott’s All Stars. Full details can be found on read more »

Thomas conducts the world premiere recording of Martin Bussey - Through a Glass with leading baritone Marcus Farnsworth. the recording was released on September...

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Thomas conducted and lead Chamber Domaine in a concert celebrating two iconic works from the First World War to open the North Aldborough Festival. Elgar Quintet written in 1918 and the Soldier’s Tale with legendary actor, Edward Fox. read more »

Bingham 'Landscapes real and imagined' review - Gramophone. A generous and varied showcase for this most communicative of composers. The second release from Adam Binks's enterprising, wholly digital Resonus Classics label comprises this absorbing anthology devoted to the nine chambers, vocal and instrumental pieces by Judith Bingham (b 1952). read more »

Thomas Kemp is the founder and conductor of Chamber Domaine - a musical ensemble with a mission: to explore the links between our musical past and present and to investigate issues of style as related to changing fashions in performance. In this exclusive audio podcast Kemp enters into a fascinating debate with Edward Seckerson about Gustav...

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It’s a beautiful sunny day in April when I settle down to call violinist‐turned‐conductor Thomas Kemp. I cannot help but feel slightly nervous – he has established himself as one of Britain’s most versatile musicians, in demand nationally and internationally. Born in 1971, Kemp read music at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge before going on to study...

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New Festival

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February 2011

New Festival in West Malling - Thomas is to be curator of an international festival in his hometown of West Malling in Kent. This fantastic and historic village will be home to Chamber Domaine and friends from 30th September – 2nd October for a packed weekend of Mozart Mahler and Turnage. The festival will be an annual...

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UK premiere of new arrangement of Mahler's Rückert-Lieder with Wendy Dawn Thompson. Chamber Domaine performed an ensemble version of the Rückert-Lieder as part of their series at Gresham College by Daniel Grossman. The arrangement is exquisite and the concert was sold out! Click here for footage of the performance and read the lecture given by...

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Radio 3 In Tune – Thomas speaks to Sean Rafferty about Mahler and Strauss. Beautiful live performances by Adrian Bradbury (cello) Wendy Dawn Thompson (mezzo soprano) and Andrew West...

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Mahler and Wagner. Thomas gave a seminar and worked with the orchestra on late 19th and early 20th century performance practice, based on his knowledge and study of the original performing materials in...

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