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  1. Orchestre d’Auvergne LIVE !

    Date 13 Jan 2019
    « In a connected world, we have to develop a strong digital presence and that is why we are creating this label, unique in France. To allow audiences around the world to discover this wonderful orchestra and the beautiful Auvergne region. » Roberto Forés Veses The Orchestre d’Auvergne is the first in France to launch its own digital label, 100% digital label, available on all digital…

  2. Cameristi della Scala Live Zürich 2017

    Date 17 Mar 2018
    21 Music digital label is proud to announce a new series of releases with the chamber orchestra “Cameristi della Scala di Milano” under the baton of its Principal Guest Conductor Wilson Hermanto. Cameristi della Scala Live series begins with a Rossini - Haydn album recorded in Zürich in Autumn 2017.

  3. 21 Music : a brand of Music&Arts Networks

    Date 20 Jan 2018
    The 21 Music label is pleased to announce its first release: the Jean-Pascal Beintus’ original score written for the Doctor/TV star Michel Cymes and his  new Hippocrate aux enfers documentary (France Television).The 11 tracks are performed by the finest French musicians as Renaud Capuçon and Guillaume Chilemme (violins), Adrien La Marca (viola), Edgar…

  4. Hippocrate aux enfers

    Date 23 Nov 2017
    Coming soon on France 2 with the music of Jean-Pascal Beintus : the new documentary of Michel Cymes and Jean-Pierre Devillers.  

  5. Romain Leleu & Thierry Escaich : Vocalises !

    Date 14 Nov 2017
    The trumpeter Romain Leleu and the organist Thierry Escaich don’t care about stylistic labels. In their latest album, they spice up the “trompet & organ” genre thanks to their overflowing energy and sparkling twinckle. From Rachmaninov to Mickael Jackson, from Samson and Dalila to West Side Story, the two partners…

  6. Jean-Pascal Beintus : music for “Hippocrate aux enfers”

    Date 28 May 2017
    Recording of the original music composed by Jean-Pascal Beintus for the documentary “Hippocrate aux enfers”. A documentary by Michel Cimes and Jean-Pierre Devillers (Director)-17 Juin Média-La Seine Musicale. CR : François Dru / Music&Arts Networks


    Date 30 Mar 2017
    From Caecilia Geneva  :  “Trained at the Paris Conservatoire, Romain Leleu is regarded as one of the best performers of his generation. He has received an “instrumental soloist revelation” award from the French Victoires de la Musique (the French Grammy Awards) and has performed as a soloist on five

  8. Paris Play Direct Academy 2017

    Date 09 Mar 2017
    You can now apply for the Paris Play Direct Academy 2017. A project with Music&Arts Networks for the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris :  The opportunity to develop the art of being both musician and conductor with the orchestra is a unique artistic experience. Having direct contact with the musicians

  9. Louis Langrée & Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: ‘Concertos for Orchestra’

    Date 03 Jan 2017
    The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s latest recording (the second under Music Director Louis Langrée) is out. It features world premieres of three concertos for orchestra commissioned by the CSO: Zhou Tian’s Concerto for Orchestra, Thierry Escaich’s Psalmos and Sebastian Currier’s FLEX. “We commissioned these concertos for orchestra not only because these full-scale pieces can

  10. Giuseppe Sinopoli in Dresden

    Date 13 Nov 2016
    The Hänssler Profil edition - number 35 - introducing some live recordings from the Staatskapelle Dresden delivers a new volume exclusively dedicated to Giuseppe Sinopoli (as conductor and composer). Music director of the Saxon Orchestra between 1992 and 2001, the Italian conductor recorded many outstanding studio sessions for  Deutsche Grammophon…

  11. Mari & Momo Kodama release their first joint album: Tchaikovsky (Pentatone)

    Date 10 Nov 2016
    The two pianists and sisters Mari Kodama and Momo Kodama will release their first join album on 1 November 2016 at PENTATONE, with arrangements for two pianos of Tchaikovsky’s balletsSwan Lake (Eduard Leontyevich Langer, Claude Debussy), Sleeping Beauty (Sergej Rachmaninov) and Nutcracker (Anton Arensky – premiere recording!). “Tchaikovsky was really the first composer to combine a broad

  12. “Choc 2016” Classica Award for Dutilleux by Pascal Rophé and the ONPL

    Date 10 Nov 2016
    The  Classica Magazine awards tonight this Bis Production with a “Choc Classica” for 2016.  This Award honours the best CD or DVD/BR of the year.  This CD introduces the first collaboration between the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire and the Swedish label. Stéphane Friederich wrote “Once again, Pascal Rophé…

  13. Danse Macabre in Montréal

    Date 14 Sep 2016
    Kent Nagano and the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal are happy to be continuing its collaboration with Decca by releasing Danse macabre, an album that constitutes the second project in the OSM’s new partnership with the prestigious record company. Danse macabre follows on the heels of L’Aiglon, the lyrical drama by Honegger and Ibert that

  14. Concert in Paris : WOA Women of Africa (28/09/2016)

    Date 02 Sep 2016
    The Women of Africa , non-profit organization based in Paris, organizes a benefit evening in the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées with artists born in the USA, Guyana, Cameroon, Guadeloupe and South Africa … These oustanding singers propose a journey through Classical music and African traditional songs. On this special event, They will…

  15. Romain Leleu, Inspirations the trailer

    Date 31 Aug 2016

  16. Antonio Pappano and Schumann

    Date 31 Aug 2016
    “This second release on the ICA Classics label sees Pappano conducting two of Schumann’s most popular symphonies: the somewhat traditional and formal Symphony No.2 and his Symphony No.4, by far the most innovative (with its integrated four movements) and influential of Schumann’s works. Pappano’s conducting of the composer has been

  17. Antonio Pappano and Elgar

    Date 31 Aug 2016
    Antonio Pappano, who studied piano and conducting, first attracted the attention of Daniel Barenboim, becoming his assistant at the Bayreuth Festival. After working in Barcelona and Frankfurt, he made his debut at Den Norske Opera in Oslo in 1987, becoming music director there in 1990. From 1992 to 2002 Pappano

  18. Romain Leleu : Inspirations

    Date 30 Aug 2016
    A new CD With Romain Leleu and Ensemble Convergences is now available on Aparte :   The French Radio-Classic wrote :  “Une trompette tour à tour virtuose et élégiaque Parfait exemple de l’excellence et du rayonnement des vents français, le trompettiste Romain Leleu peut se féliciter d’un parcours exemplaire qui, de la

  19. Lahav Shani in Rotterdam

    Date 24 Aug 2016
    “Lahav Shani is announced today, 23 August 2016, as the next Chief Conductor of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. Shani will be 29 when he takes up the position in September 2018, making him the orchestra’s youngest ever Chief Conductor. Shani will join the orchestra as it prepares to celebrate its

  20. Echo Klassik 2016 for L’Aiglon by Kent Nagano and the OSM

    Date 09 Aug 2016
    Kent Nagano and the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal are proud to announce that its complete recorded performance of L’Aiglon has won the ECHO Klassik, Germany’s most esteemed classical music award, in the category “Opera recording (20th/21st century music).” The world premiere recording of this lyric drama by Honegger and Ibert marks the renewal of a historic partnership

  21. On the Web : Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis

    Date 08 Aug 2016
    Ralph Vaughan Williams : Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis. The BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andrew Davis at Gloucester Cathedral, where in 1910, it was played and conducted for the first time by composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.

  22. Alan Gilbert : Des canyons aux étoiles…

    Date 08 Aug 2016
    Last summer, as Artist-in-Residence of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Alan Gilbert led an all-star orchestra of 44 superlative musicians in an account of Olivier Messiaen’s monumental and otherworldly twelve-movement, 90-minute orchestral masterpiece, Des canyons aux étoiles… (From the Canyons to the Stars…). Marking a major milestone in the festival’s

  23. Ravel by Svetlanov

    Date 01 Aug 2016
    The legendary conductor Evgeny Svetlanov was fond of French music. We ought to note his deep interest for the French repertoire of different periods that he regulary introduced in his concert programmes (The Suite N°2 from Daphnis et Chloé was part of Svetlanov’s graduate examination at the Moscow Conservatory’s Department…

  24. Deutsche Grammophon and the Bayreuth Festival : long term collaboration

    Date 01 Aug 2016
    Many notable Bayreuth Festival productions have been released by Deutsche Grammophon, including Patrice Chéreau’s “Centenary Ring” and the legendary staging of Tristan und Isolde starring Birgit Nilsson and Wolfgang Windgassen. Today the Yellow Label is happy to announce that DG and Bayreuth will once again be joining forces in a

  25. Tonight (29/07/2016) on BBC 4 : Mahler with B.Haitink

    Date 29 Jul 2016
    On the shores of the Attersee in Upper Austria, the hut still stands in which Gustav Mahler set about creating one of the most overwhelming visions of nature in all art. The composer’s Third Symphony harnessed the expanse that surrounded him. Horns bray and trombones growl in the face of

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