Steven Devine has performed all over the world as a harpsichord soloist (his recent Chandos recording of the Goldberg Variations was described by Gramophone Magazine as "one of the best"), he is a highly sought-after continuo player with permanent positions with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Classical Opera and London Baroque and directs repertoire with a wide range of groups with repertoire from 16th century polyphony to new commissions.
Latest News - 19 January 2014
Happy New Year 2014!
Many exciting projects planned!
No fewer than three new solo recordings from Steven are set for release in 2014.
For Chandos Records, Steven has recorded more harpsichord music by Bach, including his Italian Concerto and Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue. These sessions were held last October in Potton Hall, Suffolk, UK and the disc is due for release in May.
For Resonus Classics, Steven has embarked on the complete harpsichord music of Jean-Phillipe Rameau: the 250th anniversary of his death falls this year. Volume 1 (early suites) was recorded at the end of last year, Volume 2 (late suites) will be recorded in April and the Pieces en Concert will be recorded in October with the wonderful Ingrid Seifert and Charles Medlam, Steven's colleagues in London Baroque.
Highlights of Steven's conducting year include conducting a Mozart Opera and Classics Gala at the Festival Hall in February, the Mozart Requiem in the Royal Albert Hall in June and Boyce's Solomon with the OAE, also in June.
Further details of all these and more will be on the diary page
13 Mar 2014 Brandenburg 5 etc at Butterworth Hall, Warwick
15 Mar 2014 Bach: the 48 Preludes and Fugues, Book 2 at Purcell Room, South Bank