ECM 50th Anniversary - up to 25% off
Until 2nd December 2019, we're offering up to 25% off all discs on the ECM label in celebration of their 50th anniversary (please note that discounts do not apply to downloads).
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Gidon Kremer (violin & director), Daniil Grishin (viola), Giedre Dirvanauskaite (cello), Daniil Trifonov (piano)
Kremer and his associates deliver incisive, committed performances...a fascinating piece, performed here with great brilliance. — More…
Netherlands Radio Choir (chorus), Natalia Zagorinskaya (soprano), Gerrie de Vries (mezzo-soprano), Yves Saelens (tenor), Harry van der Kamp (bass), Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello), Elliott Simpson (guitar), Tamara Stefanovich (piano), Csaba Király (pianino, spoken word)
Asko | Schoenberg Ensemble,...
The interpretations are of a consistently elevated standard. Messages of the Late Miss R Troussova, a signature Kurtág score, sets a marker: soprano Natalia Zagorinskaya gives a riveting performance... — More…
Gidon Kremer (violin/director), Yulianna Avdeeva (piano), Mate Bekavec (clarinet)
Kremerata Baltica, Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla
Kremer's commitment is clear in this compellingly performed release of the four chamber symphonies Weinberg composed during the last decade of his life...The overriding atmosphere in all these... — More…
Heinz Holliger (oboe/cor anglais/piano), Marie-Lise Schüpbach (cor anglais/oboe), Ernesto Molinari (bass clarinet/ contrabass clarinet), Sarah Wegener (soprano), Philippe Jaccottet (speaker)
A lot of concentration is required to take in this programme of spartan, potent oboe works by Holliger and Kurtág. But there are real musical rewards, and it’s beautifully produced. — More…
Alexei Lubimov (piano and prepared piano), Natalia Pschenitschnikova (voice)
Those who consider John Cage to be the king of chaos, ruling over a world of disconnected, random events, may be surprised by this wonderful CD...The recording presents great clarity and detail... — More…
Thomas Demenga (cello), Thomas Larcher (piano) & Teodoro Anzellotti (accordion)
The chain of musical events always seems to follow some sort of purpose, be it for contrast or for continuity, the catchy opening solo, which ends on pizzicato harmonics, stopping short before... — More…