Both The Independent on Sunday and The Observer have given Dreamscape 4 stars! Fiona Maddocks, in the latter, says: "This is intensely personal music-making, beautifully performed." Read the full article here.
Out on 3rd February, Roxanna's new Warner Classics CD DANCE OF LIFE Tallinn Mass has already been receiving rave reviews (click HERE to read her favourite!) - go to www.tallinnmass.com for further details, videos and where to buy!
On Tuesday 7th January the Concordia Foundation will present VOCES8 singing Roxanna's Zen Love Song live to the background of VJ Mischa Ying's animation of the piece. The Eastern-themes concert will take place at St Martin's-in-the-Fields in Central London. Click here for more details.
VOCES8 will be premiering Roxanna's new setting of an ethereally beautiful poem by Jennifer Powers, alongside a new multi-national "Happy Christmas" fanfare at a seasonal concert in St Bartholomew the Great Church, West Smithfield, London on 2nd December 2013. Tel: 020 7553 4000 for tickets - also on sale at the door.
Read the full seenandheard-international.com review of the Cheltenham Festival performance by clicking here!
On 18th April 2013, Mark Eager & Welsh SInfonia will give the WP of Roxanna's Orchestrapaedia (which mirrors Britten's Young Person's Guide - but with a twist...) at the RWCMD in Cardiff. Each instrument's variation takes on an anthropomorphic character which has been illustrated by Roxanna's artist brother Jem Panufnik (click here to see some of the pics) - these wonderful illustrations will be projected above the orchestra through out the performance. Co-commissioned by Welsh Sinfonia and Cheltenham Music Festival, the piece will receive another performance at Cheltenham Festival on 7th July.
A new disc of multi-faith choral music on the theme of love Love Abide (Warner Classics & Jazz) by Roxanna is now here - and available on iTunes and amazon (.com & .co.uk), just in time to make a perfect Valentine's gift!
On 7th December, at St John's Smith Square, super-choir Chappelle de Roi will premiére my reworking of Hermann the Lame's soothing plainsong hymn Alma Redemptoris Mater - along with other works new and old, by Hugill, Tallis, Victoria, Burges, Sheppard, O'Neil, Palestrina, Pitts, Gurrero, Braid and Mudge. Click HERE for more info and tickets.
The Song of Names was premiered FANTASTICALLY by the trebles of St David's Cathedral, Portsmouth Grammar School Choir and the London Mozart Players on Rememberance Sunday (11th November 2012) at St David's Cathedral Portsmouth with baritone soloist Nigel Cliffe singing his beautiful heart out! And conductor Nicholas Cleobury steered the ship admirably, keeping the many different forces in line and drawing their best from them. Click here to read the Portsmouth News review.