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152 jurors from 32 specialist juries have chosen 234 productions (CDs, DVDs and audio books) from new releases of the last quarter and nominated them for the Quarterly Critics' Choice ("Bestenliste") 2/2020 of the German Record Critics' Award (PdSK), which will be issued on May 15th.
audite's January release with the Staatskapelle Weimar under the baton of Kirill Karabits Franz Liszt: Künstlerfestzug - Tasso - Dante Symphony continues Sardanapalo's great series of successes and has received four important awards in the past two weeks: the renowned journals Audio and Fono Forum awarded the production as KLANG TIPP and STERN DES MONATS. In addition, the CD received a DIAPASON D'OR from the French magazine Diapason and a LA CLEF from ResMusica.
With an extensive label portrait including covermount CD and track descriptions, the current April issue of the trade magazine AUDIO is entirely dedicated to the audite label and shows the special features and quality characteristics of the label by comparing historical archive recordings and new releases. Read it for yourself!
After numerous awards and the nomination for the International Classical Music Awards 2020 (ICMA) the production Edith Mathis: Selected Lieder from the LUCERNE FESTIVAL series has now prevailed in the pre-selection of 280 new CD releases and received the quarterly German Record Critics' Award in the category "Classical Lied and Vocal Recital".
Toshio Yanagisawa founded the Balkan Chamber Orchestra back in 2007, and evidently they have developed into an exceptionally fine outfit. While both works are usually given light and flowing accounts, as befits their shared title, Yanagisawa takes a more relaxed view in the Dvorak, and imbues the Tchaikovsky with a symphonic intensity reminiscent of Herbert
Franziska Pietsch, Violine und Josu de Solaun, Piano
concerto for piano, violin and String…
Iturbi Festival Valencia, Centre Cultural La Beneficencia