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January List by Donalee Jacobs
Brahms: The Piano Trios
Brahms: The Piano TriosYo-Yo Ma

Grammy-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma reunites with his longtime collaborator, pianist Emanuel Ax, and they are joined for the first time by violinist Leonidas Kavakos. This is the first recording by Ma and Ax of all three Brahms Piano Trios.. 

Schubert, Schumann And Vali: Home
Schubert, Schumann And Vali: Homekian soltani & aaron pilsan

Reflecting Kian Soltani's Austrian and Persian roots, this album features Schubert's Sonata in A Minor, Arpeggione and Schumann's Du Bist Wie Eine Blume. It also includes the world premiere recordings of Iranian composer Reza Vali's Seven Persian Folk Songs, written for Soltani, and the young cellist's own composition, Persian Fire Dance.

Crazy Girl Crazy
Crazy Girl Crazybarbara hannigan

Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan's first album as singer and conductor, with the Amsterdambased orchestra Ludwig, includes Berg s Lulu Suite and Gershwin s Girl Crazy in a Suite newly arranged by the multiaward-winning American composer Bill Elliott. To complement these two pieces, she has also recorded Berio's Sequenza III for solo voice. 

Handel: Arias
Handel: Ariasfranco fagioli

Countertenor Franco Fagioli’s recorded his latest album with ensemble Il Pomo D’Oro and conductor Zefira Valova. It includes twelve diverse arias from Handel’s repertoire.

Heggie & McNally: Great Scott
Heggie & McNally: Great Scottjoyce didonato

Life meets art as Joyce DiDonato stars in a live world-premiere recording of an opera written for her: Great Scott by Jake Heggie and playwright Terence McNally. Jake Heggie, who has been described as US opera’s most successful composer, is known for the modern classics Dead Man Walking and Moby Dick. 

Live From Lugano Festival 2016
Live From Lugano 2016martha argerich & friends

The latest installment of highlights from Martha Argerich's performances at the Lugano Festival is the fourteenth annual three disc set celebrating the musical fruits of a project in which young artists join seasoned performers, including Martha Argerich herself, to explore wide-ranging chamber music and orchestral repertoire, both well-known and rarely heard.

Mozart: Il Sogno Di Scipione
Mozart: Il Sogno Di Scipionevarious

Mozart's one-act dramatic serenade was composed in 1771 as a celebratory homage to Prince Archbishop Sigismund Schrattenbach of Salzburg, but the Archbishop died before the piece could be performed. In the spring of 1772 Mozart amended the work so that it could be used in honour of Schrattenbach's successor, Hieronymus Colloredo.