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The Gabrielis record a new edition of The Fairy Queen, plus Shostakovich from Alina Ibragimova, Beethoven concertos from Stephen Hough, and Tannhäuser from last year’s Bayreuth Festival, with Lise Davidsen making her debut on the ‘green hill’ as Elisabeth.
An all-French programme from the award-winning Icelandic pianist, plus Vinci from Franco Fagioli, more Korngold from John Wilson, and Verdi’s Otello from Jonas Kaufmann, Antonio Pappano and the Orchestra dell'Academia Nationale di Santa Cecilia.
Anniversary tributes from artists including Maurizio Pollini, Rudolf Buchbinder, Teodor Currentzis, the Capuçon brothers.
The young British pianist records the two concertos with Elim Chan and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, plus two Adès world premiere recordings and new releases from Adam Laloum, the Fitzwilliam Quartet, Isabelle Faust, and Carolyn Sampson and Joseph Middleton.
Franco Fagioli, Luca Pisaroni and Jakub Józef Orliński also star in Handel’s early opera with Il Pomo d’Oro and Maxim Emelyanychev; other January highlights include Strauss albums from Diana Damrau and Vasily Petrenko, and infernal Charpentier from Vox Luminis.
The young British cellist tackles Elgar’s concerto with Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra, plus an all-Russian extravaganza from Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, and Franck and Chopin cello sonatas from Gautier Capuçon and Yuja Wang.
Joyce DiDonato and Michael Spyres join forces once again for Berlioz from Strasbourg, plus Shostakovich from the Pavel Haas Quartet, Schubert from Arcadi Volodos, and recital albums from Angela Gheorghiu and Jakub Józef Orliński.
The Italian mezzo pays tribute to the most celebrated castrato of them all, plus a Viennese whirl with Jonas Kaufmann, Beethoven from Leonidas Kavakos and Masaaki Suzuki, and Purcell's King Arthur from Paul McCreesh and Gabrieli.
The French quartet embark on a world tour and series of live recordings of the complete string quartets to mark the composer’s upcoming 250th birthday, plus anniversary Berlioz from John Nelson, and a triptych of ‘sea pictures’ from Marie-Nicole Lemieux.
Ravel, Dvořák, Stravinsky and more from the Czech mezzo and family/friends, plus Chopin from Pavel Kolesnikov, Beethoven from Christian Tetzlaff and Jan Lisiecki, Schubert from Francesco Piemontesi, and Mozart from Daniel Behle.
The maverick Moldovian violinist records music by Hartmann, Frank Martin and John Zorn, plus Strauss from Riccardo Chailly, Falla from Pablo Heras-Casado, Brahms from Daniel Harding, and a live recording of Tristan und Isolde starring Stuart Skelton and Gun-Brit Barkmin.
The Russian-German pianist's early commemoration of next year's 250th anniversary will be released on Sony in September, plus new recordings from Daniil Trifonov, Ian Bostridge and Thomas Adès, and Ildar Abdrazakov.
The Roman mezzo returns to her Rossinian roots in her role-debut as the irrepressible ‘Italian Girl’ abroad Isabella in Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s contemporary staging, filmed at Salzburg last year.
For her first Lieder album in nearly two decades, the American soprano sings the Rückert-Lieder with the Münchner Philharmoniker and Christian Thielemann, plus Brahms and Schumann with Hartmut Höll.
The orchestra’s first full-length recording with their new chief conductor, plus new releases from Hilary Hahn, Elīna Garanča, Albrecht Mayer, and Isata Kanneh-Mason.
A magnificent debut album of Wagner and Strauss from the Norwegian lyric-dramatic soprano, plus new releases from Michael Fabiano, Steven Osborne, Rachel Podger and Magdalena Kožená.
La damnation de Faust from London and L’enfance du Christ from Melbourne, plus Bruckner from Robin Ticciati, Bach from Isabelle Faust, and the final instalment of Iván Fischer’s mighty Mahler series from Budapest.
The single completed act of Sardanapalo (premiered just last year in Weimar), plus albums from Paul Lewis, Joyce DiDonato, Steven Isserlis, and Martin Helmchen.
The German soprano and tenor join forces with Helmut Deutsch for the Italienisches Liederbuch, plus Chopin from Maurizio Pollini, Berlioz from François-Xavier Roth and Les Siècles, Liszt from Boris Giltburg, and Schumann from Gautier Capuçon and friends/family…
Sondra Radvanovsky and Joyce DiDonato star as Bellini's 'Druid duo', plus Mozart from Seong Jin-Cho, Debussy from François-Xavier Roth, and a rare outing for the original version of Verdi's Macbeth - directed from the violin by Fabio Biondi.