Since you are interested in Concerto for Orchestra / Violin Concerto, here is a list of other items that you may find interesting.
Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 / Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Op. 24 / Violin Concerto, Op. 14 / etc
Barbara Hendricks / Elmar Oliveira / London Symphony Orchestra / Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra / Leonard Slatkin & Michael Tilson Thomas
[ EMI American Classics / CD - released 13/May/2008 ]
"A fine, dignified and effective collection glowing with the radiance of integrity." (MusicWeb July 2008)
Annie Get Your Gun (Complete musical recorded in 1990)
Kim Criswell, Thomas Hampson, Jason Graae, Rebecca Luker, David Garrison / Ambrosian Chorus / London Sinfonietta / John McGlinn
[ EMI American Classics / CD - released 1/Aug/2009 ]
"All credit to McGlinn and the London Sinfonietta for turning what could have been just another musical into something so very special. Seventy-nine minutes of pure, unadulterated pleasure. Not to be missed." (MusicWeb Dec 2009)
Chichester Psalms / Divertimento / Symphony No 3 / Songs
Thomas Hampson (baritone) Barbara Hendricks (soprano) / City of birmingham Symphony, Paavo Jarvi / London Sinfonietta, John McGlinn / etc
[ EMI American Classics / CD - released 25/Nov/2010 ]
Bernstein was active in so many different fields of music, from composing for films and Broadway shows; writing operas, symphonies, chamber works, and some really effecting songs, to being one of the greatest conductors and musical educators of...
Rhapsody In Blue, Piano Concerto in F, An American in Paris
Daniel Blumenthal (piano) / English Chamber Orchestra / Steuart Bedford
[ EMI Classics for Pleasure / CD - released 10/Oct/2001 ]
Classics for Pleasure - EMI's budget range
RODGERS / KERN / GERSHWIN / BERNSTEIN / LOEWE
Great American Musicals: Symphonic arrangements by Robert Russell Bennett
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra / Carl Davis
[ EMI Classics for Pleasure / 2 CD - released 20/May/2007 ]
This album is principally a tribute to Robert Russell Bennett, the uncrowned 'King of Broadway'. Pre-eminent as the orchestrator and arranger responsible for creating the distinctive sound of nearly every major Broadway show from the 1920s to 1960.
Marches (Including The Gladiator; El Capitan March & Stars and Stripes Forever)
The Great American Main Street Band, Timothy Foley
[ EMI American Classics / CD - released 20/Nov/2010 ]
Born in Washington DC in 1854, John Philip Sousa was enlisted by his father, a trombonist in the marine band, as an apprentice in the US Marine Corps. After years as a military bandmaster he later formed his own band. Although Sousa wrote many songs...
Songs / Orchestral Sets
Marni Nixon, John McCabe & Henry Herford / Ensemble Modern / Ingo Metzmacher
[ EMI American Classics / CD - released 1/Jun/2008 ]
"This disc is evidence of a true original in sound and the originality is unclouded and yet more enthralling in these smaller formats. The disc also breaks with the series tradition by printing all the sung and referenced words. This is to me a...
REICH / GLASS / HEATH / ADAMS
Minimalists (Incls Adams: Shaker Loops & Glass: Facades)
London Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Warren-Green
[ Erato Classics Red Line / CD - released 15/Oct/2018 ]
Minimalism was originally the word used to describe certain movements in the visual arts and design of the immediate post World War II period.
The Sound of Leonard Bernstein
Wayne Marshall (piano) London Sinfonietta, Bournemouth Symphony, City of Birmingham Symphony / Simon Rattle, André Previn, Paavo Järvi, Andrew Litton
[ Warner Classics / 3 CD - released 30/Mar/2018 ]
"The recordings are good or very good throughout - all digital in provenance...I don't think many purchasers would regret buying this CD." (MusicWeb)