Regent Records

The British record label and production company Regent Records was created in 1988 by Gary Cole, an experienced choral conductor and organist who studied music at the Royal College of Music and at Cambridge University.

Pippa Cole, a former choral scholar at King's College London, who sings in various groups and has performed in many commercial recordings and radio broadcasts, took over the company administration in 1994.

Based in Wolverhampton, UK, Regent Records specialises in choral music and organ music, working with many well-known choirs, ensembles, organists and other solo artists.

The company has produced more than eight hundred commercial releases, recordings for other labels, projects for private clients and programmes for BBC Radio Three.

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A selection of articles about Regent Records

A Treasure Trove - Roderic Dunnett explores the substantial catalogue of Regent Records

Ensemble. Superb and Imaginative Playing - Roderic Dunnett marks Thomas Trotter's forty years as Birmingham City Organist by reviewing a special anniversary recital and investigating the artist's large output on the Regent Records label

CD Spotlight. Sparkle and Polish - Robin Zebaida plays piano rarities, enjoyed by Bill Newman. '... musical appeal is immediate.'

Ensemble. Perfect blendings - Piano 40's eighth London concert, reviewed by Bill Newman