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With some thirty years of independent classical recording production behind me, resulting in over 900 recordings bearing my name, I can offer an unsurpassed experience of working with some of the most distinguished musicians of our time.
Andrew Keener
"Abbey Road Studio 1"
from a painting by Graham Cole (Tel: 020 7708 5744)
In collaboration with some of today's most renowned recording engineers, 
commercial successes include:

Stephen Hough's Rachmaninov concertos with Andrew Litton and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for Hyperion

Steven Isserlis's Virgin Classics disc of Tavener's The Protecting Veil

Marc-André Hamelin's Hyperion recording of the Busoni Piano Concerto

Most of Nigel Kennedy's concerto recordings including:

Vivaldi's The Four Seasons (EMI)

Recorded cycles, ongoing and completed, include:

All nine Vaughan Williams symphonies with Sir Andrew Davis (Teldec), Vernon Handley (EMI) and Leonard Slatkin (RCA)

Mahler symphonies with Andrew Litton and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (Delos)

The Beethoven symphonies (Royal Liverpool PO/Sir Charles Mackerras (EMI)

The Beethoven symphonies and concertos (Swedish Chamber Orchestra/Thomas Dausgaard) (Simax Classics)

Rachmaninov's complete solo piano music (Howard Shelley) (Hyperion)

The Beethoven string quartets with The Takács Quartet (Decca)

The Brahms piano trios (Florestan Trio) (Hyperion)

Bartók's six string quartets (Vertavo Quartet) (Simax Classics)

The symphonies of Sir Malcolm Arnold (RPO/RLPO/Vernon Handley) (Conifer)

Hyperion's highly successful series The Romantic Piano Concerto; The Romantic Violin Concerto
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Winners at the
2002 Gramophone Awards
Site updated: 26 September 2018
Original site started: 10 January 2001
Site redesigned: 29 August 2014