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    Play Music Classical Highlights from June

    Classical Highlights from June

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    While the guitar is ever-present in pop music, it isn’t as often thought of as a classical music instrument. However, this month we found three new releases featuring guitar. Sharon Isbin‘s latest album features a concerto, a song cycle, and more. Sean Shibe performs Bach’s luminous lute suites on guitar; and Duo Tandem introduces the music of Cypriot composer Kemal Belevi.




    Thomas Adès, Britten Sinfonia – Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1-3; Barry: Beethoven; Piano Concerto
    Thomas Adès – Janácek: Solo Piano
    Martha Argerich, Mito Chamber Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa – Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 2; Grieg: Holberg Suite
    Jean-Efflam Bavouzet – Jean-Efflam Bavouzet plays Sonatas by Clementi, Dussek, Hummel, Wölfl
    Piotr Beczala – Vincerò!
    Nicola Benedetti, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski – Elgar: Violin Concerto
    Ivor Bolton, Sinfonieorchester Basel – The Secret Fauré III
    Sarah Beth Briggs – The Austrian Connection: Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Gál
    Josef Bulva – Beethoven, Scriabin, Martinu
    Cappella Amsterdam, Daniel Reuss – Roland de Lassus: Inferno
    Chiaroscuro Quartet – Joseph Haydn: String Quartets Op. 76, 1-3
    Seong-Jin Cho – The Wanderer: Schubert, Berg, Liszt
    The Crossing, Donald Nally – James Primosch: Carthage
    Cuarteto Casals – Apotheosis: Beethoven – Complete String Quartets, Vol. 3
    Thomas Dunford, Jean Rondeau – Barricades
    Duo Tandem – Guitar Duos of Kemal Belevi
    James Ehnes, Andrew Armstrong – Beethoven: Violin Sonatas Nos. 4, 5 & 8; Rondo in G; Six German Dances
    Franco Fagioli, Il Pomo d’Oro, Zefira Valova – Veni, Vidi, Vinci
    Philip Glass Ensemble – Philip Glass: Music in Eight Parts
    Gloriae Dei Cantores, Richard K. Pugsley – Arvo Pärt: Stabat Mater
    Vadim Gluzman, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hannu Lintu – Peteris Vasks: Distant Light; Piano Quartet; Summer Dances
    Grimethorpe Colliery Band – Nigel Clarke: Mysteries of the Horizon
    Andrey Gugnin – Homage to Godowsky
    Kenneth Hamilton – More Preludes to Chopin
    Manfred Honeck, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra – Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4; Leshnoff: Double Concerto for Clarinet & Bassoon
    Alina Ibragimova, State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia “Evgeny Svetlanov,” Vladimir Jurowski – Shostakovich: Violin Concertos
    Sharon Isbin – Affinity
    Sara Jakubiak, Bergen Philhamonic Orchestra, Edward Gardner – Schoenberg: Erwartung; Pelleas und Melisande
    James Judd, Wolf Trap Opera, National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic – Bernstein: Songfest; Gershwin: An American in Paris; Copland: An Outdoor Overture
    Piers Lane – The Romantic Piano Concerto, Vol. 81: Rubbra, Bliss
    Latvian Radio Choir, Sigvards Klava – Tchaikovsky: All-Night Vigil; Sacred Choral Works
    François Leleux, Scottish Chamber Orchestra – Bizet: Carmen Suite No. 1; Symphony No. 1; Gounod: Petite Symphonie
    Cho-Liang Lin, Jon Kimura Parker – Three American Violin Sonatas: Harbison, Schoenfeld, Stucky; Bernstein: Canon for Aaron
    Tasmin Little, Piers Lane – British Violin Sonatas, Vol. 3: Bowen, Ireland, Alwyn, Brown, Coates
    Katie Mahan – Beethoven: Appassionata
    Samuel Mariño – Care Pupille: Handel, Gluck
    Choir of Merton College, Oxford, Benjamin Nicholas – Sleeper’s Prayer: Choral Music from North America
    The Mozartists, Ian Page – Sturm und Drang, Vol. 1
    Nash Ensemble, Martyn Brabbins, Susan Bickley – John Pickard: The Gardener of Aleppo and other Chamber Works
    National Youth Choir of Scotland, Christopher Bell – Cantos Sagrados: Ešenvalds, MacMillan, Musgrave, Tippett, Whitacre
    Garrick Ohlsson, Takács Quartet – Elgar & Beach: Piano Quintets
    Vasily Petrenko, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra – Elgar: Sea Pictures; The Music Makers
    Lawrence Power, BBC Philharmonic, Martyn Brabbins – MacMillan: Symphony No 4; Viola Concerto
    Inbal Segev, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Marin Alsop – Anna Clyne: Dance; Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto
    Sean Shibe – Bach
    Grigoy Sokolov – Beethoven, Brahms
    Camille Thomas – Voice of Hope
    Jean-Luc Tingaud, RCS Voices, Royal Scottish National Orchestra – César Franck: Le Chasseur maudit; Psyché; Les Éolides
    Robin Tritschler, Graham Johnson – The Songs of Brahms, Vol. 9
    Ralph van Raat – French Piano Rarities: Boulez, Debussy, Messiaen, Ravel
    Westminster Abbey Choir, James O’Donnell – Parry: Songs of Farewell
    Roderick Williams, Iain Burnside – Schubert: Schwanengesang; Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte



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