Andrew Gourlay
(c) Natalia-Espina Lopez

The Orquesta Sinfonica de Castilla y Leon (OSCyL) will release the first recording under its own next January, a media release says.The project is called « the brainchild of Music Director Andrew Gourlay, 36, and comes following the news that the British conductor will remain in his post with the OSCyL for another year. »

“I’m incredibly proud of what the OSCyL has achieved in its first 25 years,” comments Gourlay. “The OSCyL is still relatively young, but I truly believe that it is becoming one of the great orchestras of the world. I hope that this recording will be the first of many on our new label, and will take the OSCyL further afield.”

Gourlay, a winner of the Cadaques International Conducting Competition in 2010, became Principal Guest Conductor in 2014/15 and took up the post of Music Director in January 2016 in succession to Lionel Bringuier.

The first CD will compriser two works by Rachmaninov, The Isle of the Dead’ and the Second Symphony. The next disc on the OSCyL’s new label will be a recording of Shostakovich Symphony No. 10.

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