Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first.

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Artist Hyperion Records

John Wilson (conductor)

Shortlisted for a Royal Philharmonic Society Award in 2008 and still in his mid-30s, John Wilson has established an enviable reputation as a conductor, arranger and scholar. He is recognised internationally as an expert in the specialist fields of light music, jazz and music for screen, and as a passionate advocate for British music.

His recordings include a series of acclaimed CDs with the John Wilson Orchestra, the works of Eric Coates with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the orchestral works of Edward German with the BBC Concert Orchestra. A prolific arranger, he has produced countless orchestrations including for Kevin Spacey’s film Beyond The Sea, the score of which was nominated for a 2006 American Grammy Award. He enjoys a close working relationship with Paul McCartney and has orchestrated and conducted several of his compositions with the London Symphony Orchestra. In the United States his arrangements and orchestrations have been played by the Chicago Symphony, Boston Pops, National Symphony of Washington and Cleveland orchestras. He has restored a number of classic film scores, including the lost orchestrations of all MGM’s major musicals.

Born in Gateshead on Tyneside in 1972, John Wilson studied composition and conducting at the Royal College of Music. He graduated in 1995 winning all the major conducting prizes and the coveted Tagore Gold Medal for the most outstanding student.


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Complete works available for download

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