Decca's trump cards: Jess Gillam

James Hanley

The rising classical star and saxophonist talks teaming up with the historic label.


“It’s such an iconic label and so many legendary musicians have been signed but, for me, when it came to actually signing the contract it was the people who actually work at Decca and the feeling that the music is at the forefront of everything they do. In a world where a thing like social media is so important, the music ...

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