The label will record only soloists and small groups. Greenwood adds that "as it's my party," he will include some of "my own ideas that have never been recorded, including Miniatures from Water for piano, violin, string drone and tanpura."
"My intention is to capture these musicians playing the pieces they love, both contemporary and ancient, and release the recordings on vinyl and streaming services, as regularly as I can," Greenwood explains. "The sessions I’ve already had with some of these friends have been glorious. Any excuse to hear them play is a pleasure. But, more importantly, I want to produce a great, intimate recording, that captures the music in a way in a way that does justice to the musician’s talent, and the composers they choose to interpret.
"I hope these recordings encourage more people to see live classical music, and to take an interest in the featured artists," he continues. "And, whilst a recording can only ever be an approximation of the real thing, I’m going to work hard to produce recordings that encourage you to see this music as something vital and passionate."
On Sept. 10, Greenwood curated and performed in a show at London's Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC Late Night Proms. The performance including the world premiere of the 27-minute piece Horror Vacui for solo violin and 68 strings, which is intended to transfer the characteristics of electronically-created music to the acoustic arena.
Greenwood has additionally composed for orchestras including the BBC Concert Orchestra and the London Contemporary Orchestra.