Also in 2023 audite is honoured with an International Classical Music Award (ICMA): Of the 6 (!) audite productions nominated, the latest release of the LUCERNE FESTIVAL series Rafael Kubelík conducts Haydn, Schoenberg & Tchaikovsky finally prevailed in the category "Historical Recordings".
A nice surprise to mark the 10th anniversary of this successful collaboration!
Of our six nominated productions, both historical releases from the LUCERNE FESTIVAL series have made it to the finals of the International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) 2023. Now we are keeping our fingers crossed for the recordings Rafael Kubelík conducts Haydn, Schoenberg & Tchaikovsky and Géza Anda and Clara Haskil play Bach: Concerto for 2 Pianos, BWV 1061 and Bartók: Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 3 for the announcement of the winners on 18 January 2023!!!!
Our September release Liszt - The Friend and Paragon prevailed in the pre-selection of 223 new CD releases and received the PdSK Quarterly Prize in the catergory "Keyboard instruments".
A total of 6 audite productions have been nominated for the International Classical Music Awards 2023, including two new productions with Marc Coppey as well as recordings with the Mandelring Quartet and Sarah O'Brien. Among the historical releases, two productions from the LUCERNE FESTIVAL series (Rafael Kubelík / Géza Anda) have been nominated.
We are very happy about the numerous nominations!
153 jurors from 32 specialist juries have chosen 223 productions (CDs, DVDs and audiobooks) from new releases of the last quarter and nominated them for the Quarterly Critics' Choice ("Bestenliste") 4/2022 of the German Record Critics' Award (PdSK), which will be issued on November 15th.
Our March release Zoltán Kodály: Chamber Music for Cello prevailed in the pre-selection of 242 new CD releases and received the PdSK Quarterly Prize in the catergory "Chamber Music".
On 21 April, this year's ICMAs were awarded in Luxembourg and numerous prize winners were presented in a top-class and the most extensive gala concert ever with the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg (OPL) under the predominant direction of Adam Fischer.
Also in 2022 audite is honoured with an International Classical Music Award (ICMA): Of the 9 (!) audite productions nominated, the production Basevi Codex - Music at the Court of Margaret of Austria with Dorothee Mields (soprano) and the Boreas Quartett Bremen (recorder consort) finally prevailed in the category "Early Music".
155 jurors from 31 specialist juries have chosen 294 productions (CDs, DVDs and audiobooks) from new releases of the last quarter and nominated them for the Quarterly Critics' Choice ("Bestenliste") 1/2022 of the German Record Critics' Award (PdSK), which will be issued on February 15th.
Among these are also two current audite productions: in the category "Chamber Music" the latest release of the Mandelring Quartett "Debussy & Rivier: String Quartets" was nominated, and in the category "Early Music" la festa musicale's recent production "G. J. Werner: Vol. 1, Salve Reginas | Pastorellas".
We are very happy about this appreciation!
Our January release Shostakovich: Cello Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 with Marc Coppey and the NOSPR under the baton of Lawrence Foster was awarded as best production of the year in the category "Concertos" with a "La Clef d'Or" by the French online magazine ResMusica.
We are very happy about this appreciation!
Cultural history written by the victors can overstate the divergence of communism and capitalism, complicity and dissent, socialist realism and Western modernism. Some themes have a universal resonance. Or so the (East) German composer Paul Dessau (1894-1979) seemed to want to demonstrate in his third opera, Lanzelot. An ambitious, uncompromisingly abrasive
« Requiem », annonce fièrement la couverture de ce deuxième album que l’éditeur et les musiciens de La Festa Musicale consacrent à Werner, dès 1728 Kapellmeister auprès des princes Esterhazy, où Haydn lui succéda. Mais cet office des morts en ut mineur (1763), l’un des trois du compositeur et qui, sans surprise, confie un rôle important aux
Oleksandr Pushniak lässt diese Abtönungen zwischen Verschlagenheit, Resignation und sogar leiser Angst sehr differenziert deutlich werden und überzeugt durch eine beeindruckende Textverständlichkeit, die er mit den anderen, ebenfalls nicht deutsch-muttersprachlichen Protagonisten teilt: Máté Sólyom-Nagy in der Titelrolle mit geradlinigem,
Eröffnungskonzert der 6. Festwoche des Forum Agostino Steffani Hannover.
Weitere Mitwirkende: Dorothee Mields, Sopran - Volker Hagedorn,…
im Rahmen der 6. Festwoche des Forum Agostino Steffani.
Weitere Mitwirkende: Vokalsolisten und das Collegium vocale Hannover
Neustädter Hof- und Stadtkirche Hannover