"The Scotsman" published a review of the concerts in Edinburgh with Erich Höbarth and Susan Tomes on February 12th:

Foundation of the Joachim String Trio

Together with Sara Trickey and Tom Hankey, Philip Higham founded the Joachim String Trio in order to explore the repertoire for violin, viola and cello. The ensemble performs with gut strings and historical bows, focussing mainly on classical and romantical works, but also embracing music from the Baroque and the twentieth century. The three musicians named their new trio after the famous violinist Joseph Joachim.

Concert at Durham University including world premiere by John Casken

On November 24th, 2015 Philip Higham will give a concert together with pianist Alasdair Beatson at Durham University. They'll present a kaleidoscopic programme combining exciting repertoire from both the 19th and 20th century, including a world premiere performance of a newly commissioned work by John Casken.
Further information can be found HERE.

Bach-Suites - new release

Philip Higham has recorded the solosuites for Cello by J. S. Bach, following his successful debut with the Britten suites. Bach was Britten's inspiration, so this step is "logical" in a certain way. It is released by Delphian Records - please click HERE for a first audible impression.
The first review of the CD you can read here as well as an interview with Philip by Kate Molleson.

Updated concert schedule

Please find all the concert dates of Philip Higham here on the website.
Philip is especially looking forward to his debut with the Hallé this November, when he performs Tchaikovsky's Variations on a Rococo Theme - 13th, 14th and 17th - with Spanish conductor Eduardo Portal. For more details and tickets please click here.