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September List by Donalee Jacobs
Broadwayrenee fleming

Following her first Tony Award nomination for her role in Carousel, Grammy Award-winning opera legend Renee Fleming sings Broadway favorites spanning several decades.

Chopin: Ballades & Nocturnes
Chopin: Ballades & Nocturnesleif ove andsnes

Acclaimed pianist Leif Ove Andsnes performs a selection of ballades and nocturnes from Chopin, which he has said have 'diversity of emotion, and epic story and beautiful melodies'.

Nightfallsara alice ott

Pianist Alice Sara Ott releases Nightfall, which explores the transition and harmony between day and night, light and darkness. The album features evocative pieces by Satie, Debussy and Ravel.

Scarlatti: Sonatas, Vol. 1
Scarlatti: Sonatas, Vol. 1federico colli

Playing on a modern Steinway, the Italian pianist internationally recognized for his intelligent, imaginative interpretations and impeccable technique, explores the keyboard sonatas of Scarlatti, taking a fresh approach from a philosophical angle, by grouping the compositions into chapters in order to reflect the many contrasts of his life and his contradictory personality.

Bernstein: Wonderful Town
Bernstein: Wonderful Townsir simon rattle

Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra pay homage to Leonard Bernstein with a recording of Wonderful Town that captures the energy and excitement of sold-out performances from December 2017. 

Into The Fire: Live At Wigmore Hall
Into The Fire: Live At Wigmore HallJoyce didonato

Recorded live at London's celebrated Wigmore Hall, this recital by Joyce DiDonato and the Brentano Quartet was conceived around Jake Heggie's song cycle Camille Claudel: Into the Fire, a work written for DiDonato. Songs by Debussy and Strauss and a quartet movement by Guillaume Lekeu complete the program.

Tender Symmetry
Tender Symmetrymichael price

For his second release with Erased Tapes, Emmy award-winning composer Michael Price, along with collaborators Grace Davidson and Shards, recorded in National Trust locations across England resulting in seven unique and moving pieces, straddling the past and the future. 

There's A Place For Us
There's A Place For Usnadine sierra & robert spano 

The debut release from Nadine Sierra showcases her stunning, Met-seasoned vocalism but also reflects on Americas history as a refuge for all. In this spirit, the album features music by Leonard Bernstein and emigres Igor Stravinsky and Osvaldo Golijov, as well as songs from Heitor Villa-Lobos in homage to Sierras Portuguese roots.