Watch: Carolin Widmann performs Anderson and Benjamin
Violin virtuoso Carolin Widmann gives an online recital including Another Prayer and Three Miniatures for Solo Violin.
Julian Anderson: Listening, Composing and Culture
A fascinating and wide-ranging book of interviews from Boydell & Brewer
Nash Ensemble release Anderson chamber disc
NMC release a disc including Poetry Nearing Silence
Two essential Anderson works receive premiere recordings
Heaven is Shy of Earth and The Comedy of Change released on Ondine
'Engaging directness': Julian Anderson's Choral Music Recorded
An outstanding choral disc from The Choir of Gonville and Caius, Cambridge
Anderson residency at the New England Conservatory
The Callithumpian Consort will perform fifteen works as part of the 2018 Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice
Julian Anderson at 50: BBC mount Total Immersion
The largest retrospective of Anderson’s music to date featured over ten works across three concerts
Anderson wins BBC Music Magazine Award
Anderson has been announced winner of this year’s BBC Music Magazine Premiere Award for the recent portrait disc of his music from the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Anderson’s LPO residency recorded
Alleluia and The Stations of the Sun feature on a new disc from the LPO
Julian Anderson Triumphs at BASCA
Julian Anderson, a firm fixture on the British contemporary classical music scene, has further cemented his standing by winning two British Composer Awards making them his 5th and 6th wins.
Julian Anderson in Tanglewood and New York
A selection of Anderson's chamber works premiere in the US.
Anderson's Thebans Triumphs in Bonn
Anderson's first opera receives glowing reviews from the German press.
‘Remarkable’ and ‘alluring’: Julian Anderson’s Second String Quartet receives premiere at Wigmore Hall
Last week saw the world premiere of his Second String Quartet 300 Weihnachtslieder as part of his ongoing time as Composer in Residence at the Wigmore Hall.
Julian Anderson's 'Thebans' may point to the future of opera'
Julian Anderson’s first opera Thebans burst into life at its English National Opera premiere on 3 May and scored a huge success for the composer.
Julian Anderson on 'Thebans'
Julian Anderson speaks to the FT's Andrew Clark ahead of the premiere of his first opera 'Thebans' at ENO.
Julian Anderson speaks about his forthcoming opera 'Thebans'
Julian Anderson opera Thebans opens at ENO in May. He speaks here about its inspiration, structure and music.
Anderson appointed as Wigmore Hall’s composer in residence
Julian Anderson’s residency at the Wigmore Hall begins on 2 November with his composer day.
Anderson's 'Discovery of Heaven' wins South Bank Award
Julian Anderson’s orchestral piece 'The Discovery of Heaven' has beat off stiff competition to won a coveted 2013 South Bank Sky Arts Award.
Julian Anderson – ‘A 21st-Century Debussy’
Anderson’s reputation as a master of orchestral composition was resoundingly confirmed with the recent premiere of The 'Discovery of Heaven' by the LPO.
World Premiere of Julian Anderson's ‘The Discovery of Heaven’
Anderson's role as composer in residence with the London Philharmonic Orchestra continues this spring with the world premiere of a major new orchestral work.
Julian Anderson wins two BASCA Awards
Julian Anderson’s place at the very heart of contemporary music was further confirmed yesterday by two British Composer Awards.
Julian Anderson interview on his work 'The Comedy of Change'
Julian Anderson was interviewed regarding 'The Comedy of Change' in conjunction with an Ensemble Intercontemporain performance of the work.
Concert launches Anderson's residency with LPO
15 December 2010 marked the start of Julian Anderson’s residency with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, with a concert programming his orchestral work 'The Stations of the Sun'.
Anderson's 'Heaven is Shy of Earth' revived at the Barbican
Julian Anderson’s Heaven is Shy of Earth for mezzo-soprano, SATB choir and orchestra, based on poetry by Emily Dickinson was a huge success at its 2006 premiere, with the Sunday Times describing it as ‘a powerful, beautiful and curious work’ and the Guardian praising its ‘shimmering soundworld’.