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Grigory Sokolov (piano)
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Trevor Pinnock, Yan Pascal Tortelier
Sokolov is now on a don't-touch-me pinnacle...the two concertos here present the zenith of his art. An ideal partnership with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra under Trevor Pinnock's direction performing... — More…
CD + DVD Video
New production from the Aix-en-Provence festival, 2005
Erin Wall (Fiordiligi), Elina Garanca (Dorabella), Stéphane Degout (Guglielmo), Shawn Mathey (Ferrando), Ruggero Raimondi (Don Alfonso), Barbara Bonney (Despina), Stage direction - Patrice Chéreau
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Daniel Harding
Patrice Chéreau's production is full of strokes of near-genius from old (Chéreau, his regular set designer Richard Peduzzi, his photogenic Don Alfonso, Ruggero Raimondi), not so old (Barbara... — More…
Olaf Bär, Eric Stocklossa, Stefan Margita, Heinz Zednik & John Mark Ainsley
Arnold Schoenberg Chor & Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Pierre Boulez
Presently the only DVD version of Janácek's last opera, and it's a good one - even if it doesn't match the Scottish Opera/Welsh National staging many will remember. — More…
Steven Isserlis (cello)
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Teodor Currentzis
Alexey Tanovitsky (King of Clubs); Andrey Ilyushnikov (the Prince); Nadezhda Serdjuk (Princess Clarissa); Eduard Tsanga (Leandro); Kirill Dusheschkin (Trouffaldino); Vladislas Sulimsky (Pantalone); Pavel Schmulevich (the magician, Chelio); Ekaterina Shimanovitch (Fata Morgana); Sophie Tellier (Linetta);...
The outdoor romp of Philippe Calvario's Aix Festival production is dominated by the outlandish costumes of Aurore Popineau, including a festish-queen Fata Morgana who is flanked by bondage-boy... — More…
Christianne Stotijn (Isabella), Maxim Mironov (Lindoro), Marco Vinco (Mustafà), Ruben Drole (Haly), Giorgio Caoduro (Taddeo), Elisaveta Martirosyan (Elvira) & Sabina Willeit (Zulma)
Arnold Schönberg Choir & Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Riccardo Frizza (conductor) & Toni Servillo (director)
Aix-en-Provence is generally a guarantor of musical excellence and this performance is no exception. Maxim Mironov may not be as well known as Flórez but he is rightly the tenore digrazia of... — More…
Peter Mattei, Gilles Cachemaille, Alexandra Deshorties, Mireille Delunsch, Nathan Berg & Mark Padmore, Marlin Miller, Marie McLaughlin, Hanna Schaer, Olivier Dumait, Gregory Monk & Nazan Fikret, Christianne Stotijn, Maxim Mironov, Marco Vinco, Ruben Drole & Giorgio Caoduro, Alexey Tanovitsky,...