Matthew Schellhorn explores the many links between composer and Company.
As Matthew Schellhorn explains, recording unknown piano works by Herbert Howells has been a voyage of discovery not unlike that of premiering brand new music.
Matthew Schellhorn unveils a cornucopia of rare and unpublished piano pieces by Herbert Howells.
Davinia Caddy, Editor-in-Chief of Naxos Musicology International, interviews Matthew Schellhorn about his latest album.
The pros and cons of music education during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from a pupil’s perspective.
Matthew Schellhorn recalls his teacher, the extraordinary pedagogue Maria Curcio.
When Dinu Lipatti died, at just 33, the world lost a pianist of rare talent. Assisted by today’s great players, Roger Nichols admires the Romanian’s genius, with views from Matthew Schellhorn.
Matthew Schellhorn discusses the notion of time in Messiaen's monumental Catalogue d'oiseaux.
Matthew Schellhorn considers how we can encourage young pianists to engage with Messiaen’s piano music.
Matthew Schellhorn remembers his teacher Yvonne Loriod, who died in May 2010.
Though her name is synonymous with the music of Messiaen, Matthew Schellhorn asserts that the legacy of Yvonne Loriod is an inspiration in its own terms.
Matthew Schellhorn talks to Claire Jackson, Editor of Muso magazine about his latest project – a series of six miniatures that take unusual inspiration from the great composer.
Composition:Today talks to Matthew Schellhorn, one of the rising stars of the new generation of UK pianists.