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Trio Ernest, Frank Braley, Anna Agafia Egholm and Ari Evan, Frank Braley (piano), Anna Agafia Egholm, Ari Evan, Alexandre Chenorkian, Shuichi Okada and Gary Hoffman, Alexandre Chenorkian, Shuichi Okada, Gary Hoffman, Leon Blekh, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Salih Can Gevrek, Philippe Cormann and Karski...
Yossif Ivanov, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, Tedi Papavrami (violin), Maria Milstein, Christian Arming, Lorenzo Gatto, Brussels Philharmonic, Renaud Capuçon (violin), Quatuor Hermès, Gary Hoffman
Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, François-Xavier Roth, Stéphane Denève
An impressive five-disc Tribute which includes numerous works by Ysaÿe himself – most interestingly two substantial and virtually unknown concerto movements played by Jean-Jacques Kantorow –... — More…
Philippe Bernold (flute), François Leleux (oboe), Romain Guyot (clarinet), André Cazalet (horn), Gilbert Audin (bassoon), Guillaume Sutre (violin), Miguel da Silva (viola), François Salque (cello), Vincent Pasquier (double bass), Brigitte Engerer, Jean-Frédéric Neuburger (pianos)
…one is grateful to Naïve and the Auditorium du Louvre for access to a composer whose Op 38 Nonet, in particular is finely crafted and where each instrument is given an opportunity to shine.... — More…
Miguel da Silva (viola), Xavier Phillips (cello), Francois-Frederic Guy (piano)
The performance on this handsomely recorded Alpha disc is flexibly paced and attentive to details of dynamics and articulation, with a raptly sustained Adagio and the most sweetly nostalgic third... — More…
Maria Milstein (violin) & Miguel da Silva (viola)
The sheer quality and naturalness of their music-making is deliciously demonstrated in the development section of the opening movement of the First Quintet of 1872…The main act here is the Second... — More…
João Vidinha-Duarte (flute), Salvador Parola (oboe), Cândido Fernandes (piano), Sérgio Neves (clarinet), Carisa Marcelino (accordion), Miguel Vieira da Silva (guitar), João Miguel (oboe), Bruno Graça (clarinet), André M. Santos (electronics), João Barradas (accordion), Marco Fernandes (marimba)
Augustin Dumay (violin, conductor), Augustin Dumay, Miguela da Silva, Svetlin Roussev, Henri Demarquette, Marie Chilemme, Aurelien Pascal (sextet)
Sinfonia Varsovia, Kansai Philharmonic
The familiar warmth is still there, but now there's a much firmer sense of disciplined purposefulness, and barely a rubato in sight. Whatever your opinions on the morality of style, there's a... — More…