The London-based instrumental ensemble Spectrum was founded in 1971 by Guy Protheroe and Ann Manly, and counts among its members some of Britain’s most distinguished interpreters of contemporary music. Spectrum has toured extensively in Great Britain and abroad and has commissioned and presented works by major composers from the British Isles, Europe, and North America. Its recording of four chamber works by Xenakis was awarded the German Record Critics’ Prize, and its recording of Jonathan Harvey’s Bhakti was named a Pick of the Year by the Sunday Times (London). The ensemble’s broadcasts regularly include music by American composers.




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