In March, John Holloway recorded John Dowland’s “Lachrimae Pavans“ and other 17th-century English consort music. More information
From winter semester 2013/14 Trossingen's University of Music is the first academy in Europe to offer a Bachelor’s Degree specialising in baroque orchestra playing. John Holloway will be one of the professors to prepare students for their BA. For him this four year course of study is a logical development of his teaching activities which will draw the bow from modern violin and chamber music in Dresden to historic instruments and ensemble music in Trossingen. More information
"Hats off to John Holloway... His experience shows in remarkably distinctive ways. It isn't merely his command and his deep affinity for both his violin and the music. It is his sound: burnished by time, crystal-clear in the centre but faintly soft-edged; free, never forced... an essay in good taste."
From the new CD "Sonate concertate in stil moderno". Dario Castello: Sonata Settima I
From H. Berlioz: Duet "O mon cher fils". Bremen Philharmonic, conductor: John Holloway (7.12.2011)