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[ Seventh Art DVD / DVD - released 9/Sep/2016 ]
Leif Ove Andsnes is undoubtedly one of the top pianists of our age. For four years he has been performing and recording the five Beethoven piano concertos, primarily with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra but also with the major conductors & orchestras...
Sing Me Home
Yo-Yo Ma (cello) / Silk Road Ensemble, with Lisa Fischer, Gregory Porter, Bill Frisell, and others
[ Sony Classics / CD - released 1/Jun/2016 ]
The new album from Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble will surprise and delight with imaginative sounds that transform the traditional musical landscape. SING ME HOME is the sixth album by the Grammy®-nominated Silk Road Ensemble and its founding...
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Murray Perahia plays Bach: The complete recordings
Murray Perahia (piano) / Academy of St Martins in the Fields
[ Sony Music / 8 CD Box Set - released 10/Nov/2016 ]
"No mannerisms, no distractions, no self-serving virtuosity - just the most lucid and moving recording yet of this work." (Gramophone, 2001 GRAMOPHONE AWARD WINNER - Instrumental for Goldbergs)
J. S. BACH
Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Chris Thile (mandolin), Edgar Meyer (double bass)
[ Nonesuch / CD - released 20/Jul/2017 ]
"Thile and Meyer, with their backgrounds in bluegrass and American roots music, bring an appealing swing and spontaneity to the Bach…Ma draws a glorious palette of sounds from his cello, which sings and weeps and whispers" Five Stars BBC Music
Bizet: Les Pêcheurs de Perles [The Pearl Fishers] (complete opera recorded in 2015)
Metropolitan Opera / Diana Damrau, Matthew Polenzani, Mariusz Kwiecien, Nicolas Teste / Gianandrea Noseda (cond)
[ Erato DVD / DVD - released 24/Jan/2017 ]
"The British director and filmmaker Penny Woolcock, working with a dream cast delivers in this sensitive and insightful production, originally created by the English National Opera in London." New York Times