Scotland's boutique label Delphian was conceived to promote the already rich artistic activities that take place in Edinburgh during its famous International Festival. The label's roster now includes some of the UK's finest choirs, ensembles, instrumental soloists, and vocalists working regularly with Iain Burnside. In the 15 years since Delphian's inception, the label's founder Paul Baxter has built an engaging catalogue whose repertoire ranges from medieval times to the present day.
Further Reading: Delphian
The Croatian violinist talks to Katherine about his Presto Award-winning recording of 'Seventeenth-Century Music from Venice to Dalmatia', released on Delphian last summer and featuring music by composers including Francesco and Gabriele Usper, Ivan Lukačić and Tomaso Cecchino.
Paul meets the members of The Hermes Experiment, one of the UK's most innovative contemporary music groups, in the week that their second album is released on Delphian Records.