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Bach; Partitas & Sonatas for solo violin

For her second ONYX recording, Midori turns to arguably the greatest music in the violin repertoire - J.S Bach's Partitas & Sonatas for solo violin. Delayed. new release date tba

Pascal & Ami Roge
Bartok, Ravel , Hindson

Husband and wife duo Pascal & Ami Roge continue their relationship with ONYX with a recital featuring one of the peaks of the two piano repertoire - Bartok's Sonata for Two Pianos and percussion, an arrangement of Ravel's famous Bolero for pianos and percussion, and a world premiere of a work written for the duo, Matthew Hindson's Pulse Magnet. Paul Clarves & Joby Burgess are the percussionists.To be released in October 2015

James Ehnes
Vivaldi, Tartini & Leclair

James Ehnes has never recorded Vivaldi's Four Seasons, so this is a very special event. Directing the Sydney Symphony, expect all the magic one associates with a new Ehnes recording. Two famous baroque violin sonatas complete the programme - Leclair's 'Tamborin' Sonata, and Tartini's 'Devils Trill' .Andrew Armstrong accompanies on the piano. Released October 2015

Viktoria Mullova

Prokofiev Violin Concerto No.2* Solo Violin Sonata, Duo Sonata** *Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Jarvi, **Tedi Papravami Release September 2015

Kirill Karabits, Bournemouth S.O
Prokofiev Symphonies 4 (op47) & 5, Dreams op6

The 3rd volume in the acclaimed Prokofiev symphony cycle from Karabits and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. the 1930 version of the 4th is coupled with arguably his greatest symphonic work, the wartime 5th. This is the Prokofiev cycle to both explore and collect. Released in July 2015. Catch the BSO and Karabits at the BBC Proms on 10 August in Prokofiev's 5th. On Radio 3 live, and on BBC4 TV on 30 August.

Kirill Karabits, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Prokofiev Symphonies 4 (rev 1947) & 6, Symphony '1

The completion of a major symphony cycle is quite an event. Karabits and the BSO end their journey through the 7 Prokofiev Symphonies with the expanded and revised version of no.4, and the monumental and deeply personal 6th. The composer's very first attempt at a symphony is recorded for the first time - the one surviving movement of the E major symphony written when Prokofiev was studying under Gliere.