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We have three new labels this month: Musique en Wallonie, Rewind, and Seattle Symphony Media.

Musique en Wallonie is a project promoting the musical heritage and the composers from the Wallonia-Brussels region of Belgium. As a non-profit organisation, it brings together musicologists and researchers to uncover its fascinating musical history.

The Rewind series is intended for the curious listener who wants to discover some of the finest releases from the Outhere group, the diverse labels of which include Fuga Libera, Zig-Zag Territoires, Ricercar, and Outnote. Its aim is to offer a broad public an opportunity to make its own way with ease through the universe of classical music and jazz.

Seattle Symphony Media is the Seattle Symphony Orchestra’s new in-house recording label. This exciting new venture reflects the highly acclaimed partnership between the Seattle Symphony and Ludovic Morlot, who is now in his third year as Music Director.

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New Release Highlights
NU 6354

Maxwell Davies: The Lighthouse

On a routine tour of duty in December 1900 the supply ship Hesperus discovered the Flannan ...

GL 5218

Contrasts: from the 1960s back to the 1920s – Volume 1

The invention of sound recording as the nineteenth century came to a close, ...

SO 0252

Elgar’s Music for Powick Asylum – Innovation Chamber Ensemble, Barry Collett

Delighted to announce this new ...

G3 3203

Las idas y las vueltas: Spanish Baroque meets Flamenco

With the welcome issue on Glossa of Las idas y las ...

NM 0189

Casken: Violin Concerto; Concerto for Orchestra; Orion over Farne – Sophia Jaffé (violin), Hallé Orchestra, ...

MA 0545

Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos 4, 5, and 6 – Mariinsky Orchestra, Valery Gergiev

Valery Gergiev continues his acclaimed Shostakovich ...

BI 2080

James Rutherford sings Wagner

From pillars of society to shunned outcasts, the baritone and bass-baritone roles in Richard ...

BI 2050

Respighi: Impressioni brasiliane; La Boutique fantasque – Liège Royal Philharmonic, John Neschling

Ottorino ...

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CHAN 10005
In all three works, Howard Shelleys pianism is alert and subtly lyrical, bringing out the many technical demands...
CHAN 9875
‘Lortie is an unfailingly thoughtful and thought-provoking artist of compelling utterance, who always has something n...
Classic FM on CHAN 9793 (To a Distant Beloved)
WH 0001
The performances here are splendid: there’s no doubting the genuine enthusiasm of the applause at the end of each wor...
Gramophone
WH 0001
This is playing of a high order – stylish, elegant and often witty...
Sunday Telegraph
WH 0003
Witness this splendid live CD of the best specialist string group in the business, the Arditti Quartet ... I’ve never...
The Times
UK 2017
Baillie with the the considerable help of Peter Evans manages to play Schumann, as well as everything else, nothing l...
Gramophone
DV 4157
“Any disc by Katin is warmly welcome. He is, without doubt, our finest pianist. The late piano music of Brahms is me...
Dr David Wright
DA 5099W
A lovely disc which may prove revelatory to some. I found it very rewarding... recommended.”...
Peter Grahame Woolf (Musical Pointers)