Dorothy Howell Orchestral Works BBC Concert Orchestra & Rebecca Miller

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Album info



Label: Signum Classics

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Orchestral

Artist: BBC Concert Orchestra & Rebecca Miller

Composer: Dorothy Howell (1898-1982)

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)


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FLAC 96 $ 14.50
  • Dorothy Howell (1898 - 1982): Humoresque:
  • 1Howell: Humoresque03:56
  • The Rock:
  • 2Howell: The Rock10:49
  • Three Divertissements:
  • 3Howell: Three Divertissements: I03:45
  • 4Howell: Three Divertissements: II04:47
  • 5Howell: Three Divertissements: III03:38
  • Lamia:
  • 6Howell: Lamia14:19
  • Koong Shee:
  • 7Howell: Koong Shee21:49
  • Total Runtime01:03:03

Info for Dorothy Howell Orchestral Works

Featuring 4 works receiving their world premiere recording, Signum Classics are proud to annouce the new album 'Dorothy Howell: Orchestral Works' conducted by Rebecca Miller with the BBC Concert Orchestra. Until now these works have rarely been performed, and the majority of works are unpublished and only exist in manuscript form. "I hope this album can help to revive Dorothy’s music, to help her live on, to finally have the recognition she deserved and never received, and to secure this music’s rightful place in the centre of the classical music repertoire" - Rebecca Miller

BBC Concert Orchestra
Rebecca Miller, conductor

Rebecca Miller
California-born conductor Rebecca Miller has earned international acclaim for her compelling, insightful, and energetic presence on the podium and for her ability to communicate with audiences of all ages. She spreads her work between professional, amateur and youth orchestras and choirs, and is passionate about music’s relevance to our society, artistic citizenship, and championing unduly-neglected female composers. She is currently Director of Orchestras at Royal Holloway University, Principal Conductor of the Royal Orchestral Society, Principal Conductor of the Bishop’s Stortford Sinfonia, and Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra of the Swan. She most recently served as Chief Conductor of the Uppsala Chamber Orchestra in Sweden from 2019-2023.

Her guest conducting includes the Kuopio Symphony Orchestra, Gävle Symphony, Västerås Symphony, Dalasinfoniettan, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, London Mozart Players, London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and Royal Northern Sinfonia. In 2017, Rebecca was also featured in the Bruno Walter National Conductors Preview with the Nashville Symphony.

Rebecca’s discography includes CDs with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (CPE Bach Symphonies / Signum Records, which made the final shortlist for a 2014 Gramophone Award), with the BBC Concert Orchestra (Henry Hadley Orchestral works / Dutton Epoch), and with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (piano concertos by Amy Beach, Dorothy Howell, Cecil Chaminade / Hyperion Records), and three CDs with the Royal Northern Sinfonia (Haydn Symphonies / Signum Records.

Rebecca is passionate about her work with young musicians – she works regularly with the National Children’s Orchestra and LSO Discovery, and has also guest conducted the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland, Wales, and Great Britain, and the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela. She was conductor at the Royal Academy of Music’s Junior Department for many years, where she formed the groundbreaking and unique JA Classical Orchestra, and previously served as Associate Conductor of the Southbank Sinfonia in London.

Previously, Rebecca served as Resident Conductor of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and American Conducting Fellow of The Houston Symphony, and Assistant Conductor of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. She holds a B.Mus. in Piano Performance from Oberlin Conservatory, an M.Mus in Orchestral Conducting from Northwestern University, and for two years was the Paul Woodhouse Junior Fellow in Orchestral Conducting at London’s Royal College of Music.

Booklet for Dorothy Howell Orchestral Works

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