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Hanover Band, The

The Hanover Band

The Hanover Band was formed in London by Caroline Brown in 1980. The orchestra has an international reputation for the excellence of its performances and recordings of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century music; its players are among the best in their field. It regularly performs, records and undertakes education work in the UK, and has toured throughout Europe, the USA, Canada and Mexico, appearing in prestigious festivals and venues such as the Haydnfest, Eisenstadt Austria, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, De Doelen Rotterdam, Berlin Philharmonie, Cadogan Hall, BBC Proms, Usher Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Harvard and Princeton universities, and UCLA in Los Angeles. The orchestra’s list of directors reads like a ‘Who’s Who’ of period instrument interpretation: Monica Huggett, Sir Charles Mackerras, Roy Goodman, Anthony Halstead, Nicholas McGegan, Richard Egarr, Nicholas Kraemer, Paul Brough, Andrew Arthur, Benjamin Bayl and Mahan Esfahani.

The Hanover Band is committed to education and since 1993 has undertaken extensive education work, sponsored initially by Seeboard, throughout East and West Sussex. The orchestra is delighted to nurture emerging artists as they finish training and join the music profession. It has an impressive discography of over 170 recordings, for Hyperion, EMI, Nimbus, BMG, CPO and other labels.

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