Hugh Benham: For Piano

Convivium Records, 2021

This recording of Hugh Benham’s Piano Works featuring Panayotis Archontides & Natalie Tsaldarakis (members of Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble)

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“For Piano is a collection of pieces composed in a broadly classical style. It explores the variety of colour, sound and tone achievable from one of the most versatile of all instruments, and is designed to be accessible to a wide range of players and listeners.” Hugh Benham

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Hugh Benham’s Sacred Choral Music

Convivium Records, 2020

This recording of Hugh Benham’s Sacred Choral Music features Convivium Singers accompanied by Malcolm Archer and directed by Alexander Norman

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Reviews

“The music is beautifully crafted, with particularly strong echoes of Bairstow, Francis Jackson, Howells and Poulenc. A setting of ‘Ubi caritas’ in both English and Latin was the highlight for me, but all the works on the disc deserve to be discovered.”
Clare Stevens, Choir & Organ, April 2020

Attractive and lovingly performed music” ★★★★★
Henry Fogel, Fanfare

All the works on the disc deserve to be discovered” ★★★★
Clare Stevens, Choir & Organ

Benham has a gift of melody and the happy ability to fit words and tunes together” ★★★★
Steven Whitehead, Cross Rhythms

Always full of beauty” ★★★★★
Colin Clarke, Fanfare

Hugh Benham: A Triumph Song

Convivium Records, 2012

This debut commercial recording of Hugh Benham: A Triumph Song features Convivium Singers accompanied by Michael Higgins and  directed by Neil Ferris

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Reviews

“This is an excellent CD of compositions by Hugh Benham, organist and choir director of St Boniface, Chandler’s Ford, Hampshire, and a writer of academic and educational articles.”
Stuart Robinson, Royal School of Church Music, CMQ, July 2013

It makes for devotional listening, and will also be of interest to church choir directors looking for accessible pieces with straightforward part-writing

Stuart Robinson, Royal School of Church Music, CMQ

Hugh’s approachable harmonic and melodic style draws the listener in” ★★★★★

AW, Laudate, The Guild of Church Musicians