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Henk Neven, Hans Eijsackers
Reves d'Espana!

Spain and Spanish themes are at the core of this unusual and attractive recital from Dutch baritone Henk Neven. Ibert's Quatre chansons de Don Quichote, Shostakovich's Six Spanish Songs op100 imbue the Spanish theme with an unmistakable Russian flavour, Ravel's Trois chanson de Don Quichote, Dorumgard Spanish Traditional Songs. Released April 2016

Augustin Dumay, Kent Nagano, Montreal S.O

Bartok's great second violin concerto is coupled with the ever popular and Concerto for Orchestra, captured from live performances in Montreal. Released April 2016

Florian Boesch & Malcolm Martineau
Schubert Lieder Recital

After the three highly acclaimed CDs devoted to the three great Schubert song cycles, Boesch & Martineau turn to a mixed Schubert recital for their next CD. Prepare to hear the songs afresh as Florian Boesch is one of the great musical wordsmiths of our time and in partnership with Malcolm Martineau the performances are always searching, dramatic and moving.

Vasily Petrenko, RLPO
Tchaikovsky Symphonies Vol.1

What could be more exciting than Petrenko and the RLPO in a Tchaikovsky Symphony cycle. Their recent recording of Romeo & Juliet, 1812 and other favourites topped the charts for weeks, and this 2CD set of Symphonies 1,2 &5 looks set to replicate that success. Released June 2016

Pavel Gormziakov, Gulbenkian Orchestra
Haydn Cello Concertos

The debut recording of the rare1725 Stradivarius cello which has recently been restored and allowed out of the museum in Lisbon where it resides exclusively for this recording by Pavel Gormziakov. The concertos in C & D are joined by the wonderful slow movement from the Symphony No.13 which has a large solo cello role, and Gormziakov's own arrangement of the Adagio from the C major violin concerto. The sound that this wonderful instrument produces is rich, mellow, powerful and a unique voice and a superb example of Stradivarius's late Golden period. To be released in May 2016

Joseph Moog
Chopin. The Three Piano Sonatas

After collecting the Gramophone award for Young Artist of the Year 2015, and the critical praise for his Moszkowski & Greig concertos, which is nominated for a Grammy Award, Joseph Moog' s next album is the 3 Chopin Sonatas. To be released in September 2016

Andrew Manze, RLPO
Vaughan Williams Symphonies 2&8

A major new symphonic cycle is launched with the release of the first CD in Andrew Manze's and the RLPO's project to record all 9 symphonies. Manze's Vaughan Williams interpretations have been praised by critics, and this cycle will be eagerly awaited and collected by all RVW fans. Released in April

James Ehnes,Andrew Armstrong
Debussy,Elgar, Respighi Violin Sonatas

James Ehnes and Andrew Armstrong for their second sonatas project for ONYX focus on three works dating from the First World War. Debussy's late , reflective sonata, Elgar's autumnal and turbulent sonata , tinged with the sadness that imbues the cello concerto, and the young Respighi's passionate sonata which displays its Brahmsian ancestry in its huge piano part . Released March 2016

Shai Wosner, Nicolas Collon, Danish National Radio
Haydn & Ligeti

Two great Hungarian composers to compare and contrast in a highly original programme from pianist Shai Wosner. Haydn & Liget's Capriccios for solo piano and both the Haydn piano concertos together with the Ligeti piano concerto complete this delightful and thought provoking CD. Released in May 2016