Craig’s album ‘In Concert’, released on Chandos earlier this year, has been selected as one of John Brunning’s 5 discoveries of the year and will be featured on John’s Drive Time programme on Classic FM around 18:20 this evening, 2 December.
This concert with the London Tango Quintet which took place recently at St Asaph Cathedral is now available to view online via North Wales International Music Festival. Enjoy!
Craig will be playing live with the London Tango Quintet and chatting with Sean Rafferty on In Tune from 5.00pm. More Info
Craig is looking forward to performing a recital for The Stoller Hall in Manchester – more info and tickets available from https://stollerhall.com/whats-on/craig-ogden-live-stream/
Craig will be appearing on In Tune to talk about his new recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, arranged by violinist David Juritz. He will also be performing some of the variations with David and Tim Hugh (cello).
A short edited version of Goldberg Variations to promote the recording, released on 2 April 2021 on Nimbus Records
David Juritz - violin
Tim Hugh - cello
Craig Ogden - guitar
Bach's Goldberg Variations arranged by David Juritz for guitar, violin and cello. Recorded at Wyastone Hall, near Monmouth, August 2020, produced by Andrew Walton.
Watch the trailer for the Doubles, Orchestra of the Swan's digital concert, available to stream from 12/02/2021.
J.S. Bach – Concerto for Violin and Oboe
Astor Piazzolla – Cafe 1930
Steve Reich – Duet
Errolyn Wallen – Chorale
Astor Piazzolla – Concerto for Guitar and Bandoneon
Craig Ogden – Guitar
Miloš Milivojević – Classical Accordion
Victoria Brawn – Oboe
Violin/Director – David Le Page
Duets are explored in this concert through the double concertos of J.S. Bach and Astor Piazzolla featuring acclaimed guitarist Craig Ogden and classical accordionist Miloš Milivojević. Steve Reich’s Duet for two solo violins and strings – written for Yehudi Menuhin – is a miraculous recreation of delayed acoustic space. Baroque perfection and interlacing, contrapuntal conversation abound in Bach’s Concerto for oboe and violin. Piazzolla’s Concerto for Guitar and Bandoneon is stripped back and brooding tango that gradually moves towards a joyful conclusion. Belize-born Errolyn Wallen’s sacred-feeling Chorale hints at the complexity of Michael Tippett and the lushness of Vaughan Williams.
Tue 24 Nov 2020
Craig is special guest on this Friday 27 November’s In Tune on BBC Radio 3, playing guitar and chatting with Sean Rafferty. More Info