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Violinist and violist Max Baillie is one of the most versatile musicians in the UK. Classical, electronic, and traditional forms of music as well as writing, producing and directing a diverse spectrum of projects are all regular features of his creative career.

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Friday 20th January 2017

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‘We began the year with a trip into a cold bare wood… ‘  

Monday 16th January 2017

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‘I just got back from a smashing weekend playing at Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival: the epic Weinberg Quartet 6 and the massive Taneyev Piano Quintet, thank you so much to all the wonderful musicians there!
Next concert is this Saturday at St John’s Smith Square with Notes Inegales and guest folk singer Sam Lee. We’ll be playing form our forthcoming album Van Deimen’s Land. Concert details are stockpair demo and below are some audio excerpts:

Friday 6th January 2017

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‘Wednesday’s live broadcast on BBC Radio 3 is online, preceded by a short interview hosted by presenter Suzie Klein. Catch it on iplayer here, at 37’24 into the program’

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Monday 2nd January 2017

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Wishing everyone across the globe good health and a year filled with love and music!

If you’d like to kick things off with a ravishing story of love, tumult and forgiveness, I’ll be playing Schoenberg’s sextet Verklaerte Nacht live on the BBC tomorrow (Wednesday 4th) as part of the ‘In Tune’ broadcast between 5pm and 6pm GMT. con 100 euro voglio guadagnare

Tuesday 20th December 2016

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Following last weekend’s sold-out album launch at Kings Place our new disc is now ready! Featuring the Schubert C major quintet re-scored for tavern ensemble and interwoven with gypsy tunes to bring out its Hungarian themes, it’s now available online via the below link.