New radio interview

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Matthew Schellhorn was recently interviewed for Sirius XM Radio.

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Dr Jennifer Pascual discussed Matthew's new disc, Ian Wilson: Stations, in an interview that also included the composer.

The interview will air on April 5 and 6: Saturday, 1:00am – 2:00am and 11:00pm – 12:00am; Sunday, 6:00am – 7:00am and 8:00pm – 9:00pm (All Eastern times).

Listen to the programme on The Catholic Channel

Matthew Schellhorn writes for The Sampler blog

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Matthew Schellhorn has written a new article for Sound and Music's The Sampler blog.

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Writing on secularism and the composer/listener relationship in religious music, Matthew Schellhorn discusses Ian Wilson's Stations ahead of its forthcoming release on CD.

Read the full article here

Four-star review in The Irish Times

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Matthew Schellhorn's new disc, Ian Wilson: Stations, has received a four-star review in The Irish Times.

The Irish Times

Describing the work as "more contemplative than pictorial", Michael Dervan wrote that "Matthew Schellhorn plays with a control that matches the determination and focus of the work as a whole".

Read the full review here

CD launch tour

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From April to July 2014 Matthew Schellhorn will perform Ian Wilson's Stations during a nine-date tour of the UK and Ireland.

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Tuesday 8th April 2014 at St George's Cathedral, Southwark, is the first date of this tour and will see the launch of the album. His Grace the Archbishop of Birmingham will be present at this concert, at which there will be a retiring collection in aid of the Holy Land. If you would like to attend this concert please send an email via the Contact page.

Coming soon: new solo disc

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Matthew Schellhorn releases his first solo album in April 2014, performing Ian Wilson's monumental solo piano masterpiece, Stations.

Written between 2006 and 2007, Stations is a fourteen-movement work for solo piano inspired by the Catholic devotion of the Stations of the Cross – a narrative in fourteen scenes that relates to the events leading from Christ’s condemnation by Pilate to his burial in the tomb.



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