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Peter Copley's piano concerto was performed on 29th January at Blackheath Halls by Margaret Fingerhut and students at Trinity Laban College of Music. The delightful biography of Robin by Peter's father Ian Copley has been a great asset to the cause. Try www.abebooks.co.uk for a copy if you don't have one.
BBC Radio 3 played Robin's Fishing by Moonlight on their Breakfast show on December 30th as their Best of British item. For the full list of the year, see here. Interesting reading.
Robert Plane and others have issued a CD of seven pieces of chamber music by Robin. See here, and for a review by Philip R Buttall, here. The Violin Concerto recording has been enjoying good reviews. See here.
Twelve pieces of Robin's Organ Music have been re-issued by Animus. (See foot of the Animus page). If you have copies of organ music by Robin that we have not re-issued (see Robin's works), please will you let us know? Thank you.
Robin's tribute to his grandparents on their Golden Wedding has turned up. See here.
The Goldfield Ensemble performed Milford's Clarinet Quintet and the Fantasia for String Quartet on September 19th at the Stapleford Granary, Cambridge: for forthcoming concerts by them, see here.
The Violin Concerto CD is now available. A triumph! Also some beautiful playing of Milford's suite for four recorders has appeared on Youtube.
Our March 2014 Bulletin is here.
Robin's Prelude Ariel was performed on June 28th 2014 by the Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra at the Guildhall. See here.
The Goldfield Ensemble performed Milford's Phantasy Quintet on Sunday February 23rd 2014 in the Michaelhouse Centre on Trinity Street, Cambridge.
Ian Abernethy has kindly digitised the Violin Sonata, and the Trio in F Major for clarinet, cello and piano Op. 87 (1948) for which many thanks. Please enquire.
Archive news items here . . .