K, a multicultural orchestra under the direction of the Italian-Brazilian conductor Simone Menezes, is bringing out its first album. Born out of the [...]

Brahms: Sonatas for piano and violin

1. F-A-E Sonata: III. Scherzo 2-4. Sonata for piano and violin no.1 in G major, op.78 I. Vivace ma non troppo II. Adagio. Più andante. Adagio III. [...]

Fauré: Requiem

Aedes Set The Centuries Mathieu Romano Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924) Requiem, op. 48 (1893 version on period instruments) 1. Introit – Kyrie 2. Offerory 3. [...]


Through a medley of burlesque miniatures, this recording by Melody Louledjian and Antoine Palloc explores the Paris of the inter-war years. Sometimes [...]

La Francesina

For the French soprano Élisabeth Duparc, known as “La Francesina”, Handel composed no fewer than twelve principal roles in major works – operas and [...]

Le Quattro Stagioni

Vivaldi put the whole force of nature into this music, one of the most performed around the world, uniting us in our human condition. Alexandra Conunova, [...]

Lili & Nadia Boulanger: Mélodies

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Not all cats are grey

At night not all cats are grey: the Quatuor Hanson proves this to us with this unexpected, phantasmagoric nocturnal odyssey. From the folk echoes of [...]

Schubert: String Quartet no.14 ‘Death and the Maiden’, String Quartet no.15

Schubert’s last two quartets, composed during the final years of his life, reveal the impressive mastery he achieved, despite the knowledge that he was [...]

Shostakovich: String Quartets no.3 & no.8

Shostakovich was in his early thirties when he first turned to the string quartet. He planned to produce a full cycle of 24; he completed 15. These works [...]