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Dmitri Hvorostovsky, with Olga Borodina, Oleg Boshnyakovich (piano), Mikhail Arkadiev (piano)
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Kirov Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Cantus Dei Choir of Moscow, Red Army Choir & State...
A well-rounded portrait of Hvorostovsky's extensive repertoire — More…
A selection of his HMV recordings from 1910 to 1935
Mark Hambourg (piano)
There is frequent evidence of a big personality, of an exciting expressive impetuosity and of fabulously fluent fingers (even if clarity is sometimes compromised by the acoustic process)…In short,... — More…
Pablo Casals (cello), with Eugene Istomin (piano), with Leopold Mannes (piano), with Mieczyslaw Horszowski (piano), with Nikolai Mednikoff (piano)
Prades Festival Orchestra, Perpignon Festival Orchestra
Marc-André Hamelin (piano)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Michael Stern
Anton Rubinstein is well served on record these days: the catalogue lists half-a-dozen versions of the Fourth Concerto… Marc-André Hamelin gives a dazzling account of this, and also of the Scharwenka... — More…
Akiko Sagara (piano), Michael Ponti (piano), Maria Littauer (piano), Felicja Blumental (piano), Rena Kyriakou (piano), Martin Galling (piano), Hans Kann (piano), Roland Keller (piano), Jerome Rose (piano), Bart van Oort piano · Gil Sharon violin, Siegfried Stöckigt (piano), Marylène Dosse (piano),...
Grigorios Zamparas (piano)
Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, Jon Ceander Mitchell
Due for release on 13th Jul 2018
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone)
Philharmonia of Russia, Spiritual Revival Choir of Russia, Constantine Orbelian
... most British listeners will still remember Dmitri Hvorostovsky beating Bryn Terfel as Cardiff Singer of the World. In the Russian repertoire he's naturally at home... But the real revelation... — More…