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January List by Donalee Jacobs
BachLucas & Arthur Jussen

Recorded with Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Dutch pianist brothers Lucas and Arthur Jussen perform two concertos for two pianos, as well as five choral preludes for four hands and one for two pianos. 

Bach: Works & Reworks
Bach: Works & ReworksVikinggur Ölafsson

The latest release from Vikingur Ölafsson combines his original Bach album, a collection of both well-known and rarely performed pieces by the famous Baroque composer and Bach Reworks, an album of new arrangements of Vikingur's Bach transcriptions from electronic artists such as Valgeir Sigurösson, Ben Frost, Peter Gregson, and Ryuichi Sakamoto. 

Benjamin Bernheim
Benjamin BernheimBenjamin Bernheim

Called 'the major French lyric tenor the opera world is longing for' by the Chicago Tribune, Benjamin Bernheim releases an album featuring selections of famous French and Italian arias. 

DecalogueSufjan Stevens & Timo Andres

The title of the album means 'The Ten Commandments.' Yet this score, composed by Sufjan Stevens for a dance work choreographed by Justin Peck that premiered with the New York City Ballet in May of 2017, is quiet and experimental. 

Dvorák & Khatchaturian: Violin Concertos
Dvorák & Khatchaturian: Violin ConcertosRachel Barton Pine & Teddy Abrams

Rachel Barton Pine's latest release features Violin Concertos by Czech composer Antonin Dvorák and Soviet-Armenian Aram Khachaturian. Multi-faceted young American Teddy Abrams conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, making for a truly international collaboration. 

Glass: Annunciation
Glass: AnnunciationBrooklyn Rider

Pianist Paul Barnes Barnes and string quartet Brooklyn Rider perform music by Glass. Includes premiere recordings of Annunciation and String Quartet No. 8.

HeliopauseAnne MÜller

Berlin-based cellist and composer Anne Müller, announces the release of her long-awaited debut solo album. The album includes her celebrated collaboration with Nils Frahm, 7Fingers; and feature credits on Lubomyr Melnyk's Fallen Trees, Ben Lukas Boysen's Spells and Nils Frahm's All Melody. 

Hynes: Fields
Hynes: FieldsThird Coast Percussion

Third Coast Percussion teams up with influential, genre-defying multi-instrumentalist, record producer, songwriter, singer, and composer Devone Hynes for an album of imaginative, evocative instrumental music. 

The Peace Concert Versailles
The Peace Concert VersaillesFranz Welser-Most

The Vienna Philharmonic, led by Franz Welser-Möst and supported by an all-star line-up, among them, pianist Yuja Wang, performed a concert of pieces highlighting war and peace in commemoration of the end of WWI, one hundred years after the first of the devastating human catastrophes of the 20th century officially ended at Versailles.

Spektor: Daytime & Night Songs
Spektor: Daytime & Night SongsSarah Mesko

Mezzo-soprano Sarah Mesko joins composer Mira J. Spektor on this collection of masterful, original compositions with thought-provoking poetry written by a number of artists, simply accompanied by piano, flute, cello and guitar. 

Strauss: Don Quixote Op. 35
Strauss: Don Quixote Op. 35Vasily Petrenko

Vasily Petrenko leads the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra in a recording that features some of Richard Strauss's most emotional and ambitious tone poems.