Paul Hindmarsh Music Productions

Paul Hindmarsh is an experienced award-winning producer of orchestral, band and chamber music recordings, whose work has been published by leading companies in the UK, including Albion Records, ASV, Divine Art, Chandos Recordings, Metier, NMC, Toccata and World of Brass. In his award winning recordings, A Muse of Fire (ASV), The Wilfred Heaton Collection  (Doyen),  New Music for Brass and War Memorials (NMC),and Vaughan Williams on Brass, Paul also created the album concept and edited or arranged music for all four releases.

Paul Hindmarsh works with the classical and band music industry foremost tonmeisters and offers a range of services from session production to preparation and digital masters.

 As Artistic Director of the RNCM Brass Band Festival since 2006, Paul Hindmarsh is responsible for curating a unique event   in the brass band calendar. Under his direction, the Festival is recognized for its innovative programming of substantial and original music for the brass band medium. “Encouraged by the programming department of the RNCM, I have sought to combine with established classics of the medium,” Paul  explains. “I have a great time curating this festival for the RNCM, and am grateful to the fine bands, soloists and conductors for their willingness to ‘buy’ into my concepts.Over the years the festival has brought new attention to talent, important new writing and significant revivals that have enriched the artistic repertoire of the brass medium. “

Paul Hindmarsh is a regular writer or programme notes for concert series and recordings. These include the Frank Bridge, Edward Gregson and Wilfred Heaton for Chandos, Hyperion and Doyen as well as the general articles for World of Brass.

As Wind and Brass Band Consultant for the leading music publisher Faber Music Ltd. between 2008 and 2018, Paul was active on the international band scene as a promoter and editor of expanding catalogue or high quality arrangements for wind and brass.

For further inquiries and quotations contact pehindmarsh@btinternet or 07860 707780.