Delphian Records celebrates 10th birthday with Edinburgh Fringe series
Label presents nine concerts during August
Ten years ago Delphian Records released its first recording, and in celebration of a decade’s worth of chamber, choral, vocal and instrumental albums, the Scottish label will present a series of concerts at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Nine performances, taking place from August 5 to 29, will showcase Delphian artists, including appearances from Mr McFall’s Chamber in four works by leading Scottish folk musicians; John Kitchen on the 1763 Taskin Harpsichord; Ludas Baroque in Handel’s rarely performed The Triumph of Time and Truth; pianist David Wilde in a Liszt recital; the Marian Consort in a late-night candlelit performance; and the Choir of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh in works of Gabriel Jackson, who marks his 50th birthday.
Founded by Paul Baxter in 2000, with its first release in 2002, Delphian Records now ranks as one of the fastest growing independent labels in the UK with two new releases each month.