Michael Kennedy, Sunday Telegraph
1) Colin Twigg is a founder member of the the Bridge Quartet and its leader. His chamber music, composed throughout a busy performing career, has attracted much admiration from audiences whenever scheduled in concerts. We are now delighted to have recently released a comprehensive collection on CD for Toccata Classics enabling listeners to have permanent access to this treasure trove of diverse and refreshingly imaginative works
To order from Toccata Classics website follow the link HERE
2) We are delighted that on Easter Sunday morning our recording of the Frank Bridge Viola Quintet of 1901 was "resurrected" on James Jolly's morning programme. This will stay on the Radio 3 iPlayer for another 3 weeks so to hear it complete follow the link:-
It is after 1 hour 28 minutes of the
It is very "lush" and tuneful, being a very early Bridge work and we would LOVE to interest someone in publishing it.
The link to the Amazon download of the CD is HERE
Facebook page HERE
For over 20 years, the Bridge String Quartet of London
have built up an international reputation as ambassadors for English music.
They perform in festivals in Europe, Africa and USA. Closer to home, their
ongoing links with the English Music Festival and are currently enjoying
their role as favoured recording artists for EM records.
"The Bridge Quartet's players are, as can always be counted on, exemplary in technical address and masters of musicality. They are also serious artists dedicated to promoting the works of their native English composers, of which this brand new release is but another example"
PARRY CHAMBER MUSIC EM 016
Jerry Dubins FANFARE magazine 2014.