The Sony release "Romance of the Violin," which Craig produced and arranged for Joshua Bell, was US Billboard’s No.1 bestseller in the Classical Artist category for the year 2004 and entered the U.S. pop charts. The "Wings of Song" album for James Galway and The London Symphony Orchestra (DG) which Craig produced and arranged reached No.1 in the UK and No. 2 in the US classical charts.
Craig has collaborated on albums with leading vocalists including Luciano Pavarotti, Andreas Scholl, Sting, Deborah Harry and members of the medieval ensemble Sequentia. Skills as an arranger and orchestrator have embraced music by Charles Tomlinson Griffes (recorded for ASV with the London Symphony Orchestra), and many albums of his own treatments of early French, American and British folk music.
He also has written and performed on three albums under his own name, including “Nommos,” a dance piece based on North African ethnic themes and electronic music, was used by members of The Twyla Tharp dance troupe and as the opening exhibit for the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art in 1981. It was released by Takoma/Chrysalis Records.
“Klub Anima,” Craig’s full length score for the Kosh Dance Theatre, alternates between classical and modern electronic forms. He has written and produced three No. 1 classical albums with new age/classical artist Izzy (Isobel Cooper), as well as the U.K. chart-topping debut album for EMI Classics soprano Natasha Marsh, recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra. He has also co written and produced six folk/electronic albums for Texas folk artist Cassell Webb.
Recent work includes audio/visual production on the Discovery Network television show “Orbit: Journey to the Moon” which aired in 54 countries on the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing in 2009. Currently Craig is working on the audio/visual performance piece “Orbit: Journey Beyond the Moon” which broadcasts in Summer 2012 on the PBS network in the U.S. and subsequently embarks on a world wide tour.
Currently completed work includes the French No. 1 classical album for cellist Ophélie Gaillard and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra “Dreams” released on Harmonia Mundi France and the composition of the suite Midwinter’s Eve: Music for Christmas which has been recorded by The London Chamber Orchestra conducted by Christopher Warren-Green and was released in November 2011 on the Sony Classical label worldwide.