Дискография Oliver Coates:
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|1||Crystals Are Always Forming 11||audio||iTunes||2012-10-08||Slip Discs (2)|
|2||Towards The Blessed Islands 8||audio||iTunes||2013-12-09||PRAH|
|3||The Boat Sails To A Blind Horizon 2||audio||iTunes||2012-10-26||The Leaf Label Ltd.|
|4||Towards The Blessed Islands 8||audio||iTunes||2013-12-09||PRAH|
Oliver Coates is the winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society Young Artist Award 2011 and is internationally in demand as a solo cellist. This season he performs abroad in Shanghai, Salvador, Moscow, Eindhoven and Amsterdam. He will be appearing with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Ilan Volkov playing the Nico Muhly Cello Concerto, with Aurora Orchestra playing Shostakovich Cello Concerto No.1 in Shanghai Conservatory and playing chamber music with Angela Hewitt and Barbara Hannigan in Trasimeno. He is also an Artist in Residence at Southbank Centre, where his run of cross-arts events - Harmonic Series - has entered its third season. For the first time he will be programming music in the Hayward Gallery for its Light Show in 2013. The work he performs is closely aligned with a love for space, and different types of music-listening ritual. Oliver has worked with many of the great composers on repertoire for the cello including Helmut Lachenmann, Jonathan Harvey, Thomas Adès, Kaija Saariaho and Sofia Gubaidulina. He has commissioned new music and developed relationships with many of the leading composers of his generation. He has given premieres and recorded solo music by David Fennessy, Andrew Hamilton, Larry Goves, Emily Hall, Max de Wardener, Anna Meredith, Mark Bowden and Nico Muhly. Playing solo Bach and Britten on the cello is as important to him as working with artists such as Seb Rochford, Micachu, MF Doom, Mira Calix, Steve Reich and Jonny Greenwood.