Upcoming Events

KONTAKTE review and album of the week feature in the Guardian:

"Barton and Rhys prove perfect guides to all these complexities; there may already be a number of recordings of this remarkable work, but theirs adds an extra dimension to it, both literally and metaphorically." - Andrew Clements


Upcoming events:

28 October

'Yet Unheard'

with London Sinfonietta

Royal Festival Hall (BBC Radio 3 broadcast only)

19 November - CoDI Arbrofol/CoDI Experimental

Experimental music workshop at Ty Cerdd

with Angharad Davies and Rhodri Davies

Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru/Wales Millennium Centre

21 November - Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

with GBSR Duo

Arne Gieshoff - Spillikins (world premiere)

Angharad Davies - Rydal Mount (with Angharad Davies)

BBC Maida Vale Studios (BBC Radio 3 broadcast only)

24-25 November

Recording session with Explore Ensemble

details tba

27 November - NEW RELEASE

John Cage Remixed - Mira Calix/Siwan Rhys

John Cage - selection from 'Sonatas and Interludes' re-voiced by Mira Calix

released on Classical Remix

5 December - Spitalfields Festival: At Home

'Fast Food, Fast Music'

with the Miller-Porfiris Duo

music by Joy N Effiong, Sarah Rodgers, Jasmin Kent Rodgman, and Susannah Self


New releases out now:

Oliver Leith - good day good day bad day bad day

released on Another Timbre

August 2020

I hope this finds you well in these strange times, Vol. 1

released on Nonclassical

CHAINES - so smol (hewwo) recorded during 2020 Covid-19 lockdown

with GBSR Duo

July 2020

Tim Parkinson - Here Comes a Monster

released on Takuroku

vocals recorded during 2020 Covid-19 lockdown

May 2020

Photo © Dimitri Djuric

"Siwan Rhys seems the ideal interpreter, ever-fresh in her delivery"

International Piano Magazine


"...sofferte onde serene... played with wonderful authority and assurance by Siwan Rhys..."

The Guardian

"Absorbing and elegant music, beautifully played"

Nick Mason, Pink Floyd

"...Berio's wonderful early piano miniatures, tenderly played by Siwan Rhys"

The Telegraph

"...the weird noises pianist Siwan Rhys is plucking into being from under her lid..."

The Guardian

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