Robert Matthew-Walker, Classical Source, Nov 2012

“Jamie Walton … was the soloist in an outstanding account of Elgar’s Cello Concerto, at times very moving indeed, soloist and conductor being at one in the realisation of the score. The programme concluded with a most finely-realised performance of Vaughan Williams’s A London Symphony … played with considerable love and attention to detail – and power, when called for – Adrian Brown excelling in this great music.”

“Jamie Walton … was the soloist in an outstanding account of Elgar’s Cello Concerto, at times very moving indeed, soloist and conductor being at one in the realisation of the score. The programme concluded with a most finely-realised performance of Vaughan Williams’s A London Symphony … played with considerable love and attention to detail – and power, when called for – Adrian Brown excelling in this great music.”

Robert Matthew-Walker, Classical Source, Nov 2012