Here is a small selection of Phil's video work.  All the videos can also be seen on his YouTube channel PhilRowlandsDotCom.


This video is from Boris Giltburg's QEH recital debut. He also played Prokofiev's 8th Sonata in the second half. What a piece and what fantastic playing from this phenomenal pianist, as ever.


This is from sessions with the Nash Ensemble. A lovely CD of Bruch Quintets and the Octet for Hyperion Records. There is some video of a Quintet too.


The ongoing Jaap Van Zweden Ring Cycle - two concerts plus three days of patching - Released on Naxos. With a stellar cast: Matthias Goerne, Michelle DeYoung, Petra Lang, Stuart Skelton, Heidi Melton, Falk Struckmann, Sarah Castle, Okka von der Damerau, Karen Foster, Katherine Broderick, Anna Burford, Elaine McKrill, Aurhelia Varak, Laura Nyk√§nen. It's a fantastic recording!


The first of two Dutilleux CDs recorded in Lille with the excellent Darrell Ang conducting. Released on Naxos. There is some video of Symphony No.1 too - the second release with Jean-Claude Casadesus. There are also more videos of The Orchestra National de Lille..


A beatiful disc of late romantic French music for viola and piano on Hyperion records. Such a pleasure to work with these fine musicians.


This is the start of a big project to record all of Onslow's Quintets - recorded in Valencia with this excellent new group. (Naxos) Listen on Spotify. There is some video of volume two too.


Phil was very fortunate to work with Sir Neville Marriner on a number of occasions. Here, Schulhoff Concerto Doppio with Maria Prinz and the Academy of St.Martin in the Fields. Listen to the album on Spotify  (Chandos)


The lovely Kungsbacka Trio with Philip Dukes on viola. Lovely players and music - see also some of the clarinet trio. Sessions like this are a pleasure. (Naxos) Listen on Spotify.


The third collaboration with this fine fiddle-player. Beautifully played CD on Warner Classics. There's more video of Alexandre Da Costa on the YouTube Channel.


From a series of recordings Phil did in China of fantastically gifted youngsters. This is a wonderfully cute arrangement of a Chopin Nocturne! Here's another one from the same series.

One-armed pianist delights Nicholas McCarthy with an arrangement of Gershwin. More Videos of Nicholas here.