FORTHCOMING EVENTS

4 Jan : recording with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Milton Court Concert Hall

14 Jan : private recital with Ben Goldscheider & Callum Smart : Exeter

10 Feb : with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Avon Valley Concerts

12&13 Feb : with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Fundacíon Juan March (Madrid)

14 Feb : with Callum Smart (violin) and Ben Goldscheider (horn) : St David’s Hall, Cardiff

27 Feb : with Callum Smart (violin) and Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Perth Concert Hall

1 Mar : Brahms Piano Concerto No.2 with Outcry Ensemble & James Henshaw (conductor) : St John Smiths Square, London

3&4 Mar : Rosalind Ventris (viola) : Concerts in the West

12 Mar : with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Saffron Hall

16 Mar : with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Leicester International Music Festival

18 Mar : with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : World Heart Beat Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms

28 Mar : with Ben Goldscheider (horn) : City, University of London

3 Apr : with Callum Smart (violin) and Ben Goldscheider (horn) : Oriental Club, London

Future dates

LATEST NEWS & PROJECTS

New piece for horn & piano

Lammermuir Festival Piano Duo with Clare Hammond reviews

HEA Fellowship

Transatlantic released on Orchid Classics 

RCM teaching post

Naomi Pinnock disc on Wergo

Stravinsky/Milhaud/Satie review

Saffron Hall Radio 3 broadcasts

Lulu Fantasy score video

#BEETHOVENESCU

Schumann Concerto review

Gershwin Concerto @ QEH

Vancouver recital film

Vancouver recital reviews

Erika Fox recording for NMC


All posts


‘…seizing the music with amazing decisiveness… I would never have imagined a mere piano could have captured that world, but Richard Uttley’s tumultuous performance soon persuaded me.’

Ivan Hewett : The Daily Telegraph


‘Some of the day’s most arresting moments came in a recital by Richard Uttley. I was enthralled by his composure, lyricism and ability to hold a moment without forcing it.’

Kate Molleson : The Guardian


‘… Richard Uttley’s rapt performance …’

Andrew Clements : The Guardian


‘Two of the most inspired concerts came from young British pianist Richard Uttley’

Kate Makin : Vancouver Classical Music


‘… evangelical enthusiasm … assiduous clarity … lyrical poise … a brilliant recital.’

Neil Fisher : The Times


‘…excellently devised and executed…’

Paul Driver : The Sunday Times


‘I wouldn’t use this term of many pianists but, both from a purely aural perspective as well as watching him perform, Uttley comes across like a ballet dancer. His movements are graceful, lyrical, acrobatic; keys are sprung from, landed upon, tickled, urged, encouraged, coaxed—but rarely, it seems to me, merely struck.’

Simon Cummings : 5:4


‘… musical intelligence and pristine facility interlock seamlessly … compendious capacity for touch control … extremely refined, well considered and emotionally selfless … a pianist with something to say.’
Mark Tanner : International Record Review


‘breathtaking sensitivity’
Paul Kilbey : Bachtrack


‘… contemporary piano music has some fine young interpreters right now; Richard Uttley’s is a name to add to the distinguished litany.’
Paul Riley : BBC Music Magazine


‘intense and sensitive performance … a gifted and thoughtful Mozartean’

Louise Schweitzer : The Argus


‘Richard Uttley’s performance was as assured as the piano writing itself.’

Mark Berry : Seen and Heard International : Oliver Knussen Total Immersion Day


‘… a fascinating disc with which I cannot find fault, and it represents an impressive and auspicious debut for Richard Uttley. I hope it receives the widespread critical acclaim that it clearly deserves.’

Nicholas Salwey : International Record Review

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