So how’s Richard Bonynge playing these days?

He is the accompanist on our Lebrecht Album of the Week, a wonderful memento of a silvery soprano.

This posthumous album — curated by Sally, accompanied by her friend Richard Bonynge and produced by her husband Jeremy Silver — is a delight from start to finish…

Read the full review here.

 

And here.

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  • Fiona Janes says:

    Bonynge has made many recordings over the past decade as pianist and conductor. Mostly in the UK.

  • Paul Brownsey says:

    “This must be Richard Bonynge’s first recording of the decade. ”

    Not so. In the last three or four years there have been recordings of Kalman, Czery, Cellier …

  • James Hancock says:

    Czerny:Grand Concerto [Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra, Richard Bonynge] [Naxos: 8573417] https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01DEAPLPG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_g6FrDbPQKMGJC This is with the brilliant Australian pianist, Rosemary Tuck and the English Chamber Orchestra. 2016. They have recorded several discs for Naxos over the past 10 years. And Elena Xanthoudakis’ recording with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, conducted by Bonynge in 2014 Jewels of the Bel Canto https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00IDCQ41G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_z-FrDbVY4AGGY

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