Deutsche Grammophon & Decca Announce 2011 Releases

Deutsche Grammophon & Decca Classics, US is proud to start 2011 with a full roster of new recordings featuring long-standing artists as well as the next generation of classical music stars.  DG & Decca have long prided themselves of the highest standards of quality, both musically and technically, for each recording and 2011 promises to uphold these long traditions.
 
 
January:
2011 New Year's Concert from Vienna / The Vienna Philharmonic
Mitsuko Uchida: Schumann
Hélène Grimaud: Resonances (Mozart, Berg, Liszt and Bartók)
Plácido Domingo - 70th Birthday Celebration - www.Domingo70.com
The Plácido Domingo Story (3 CDs)
Plácido Domingo: The Opera Collection (26 CDs)
Giordano: Fedora (w/ Angela Gheorghiu)
 
February:
Vadim Repin: Franck, Grieg, Janácek (w/ Nikolai Lugansky, piano)
Albrecht Mayer: Bonjour Paris (Academy of St Martin in the Fields)
Lisa Batiashvili: Echoes of Time (Shostakovich & more - DG debut)
Rossini: Armida (DVD - Metropolitan Opera w/ Renée Fleming)
New Year's Eve Concert - Dresden (Renée Fleming / Christopher Maltman / Christian Thielemann)
Janine Jansen: Beau Soir (French chamber music with Itamar Golan, piano)
Nicola Benedetti: Tchaikovsky & Bruch (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra / Jakub Hruša)
 
March:
Gustavo Dudamel: Tchaikovsky & Shakespeare (Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela)
Yuja Wang: Rachmaninov (cto. No 2 and Paganini w/ Mahler Chamber Orchestra / Claudio Abbado)
Bach: Brandenburg Concertos 1-6 (Orchestra Mozart / Claudio Abbado)
Riccardo Chailly: Gershwin (Stefano Bollani, piano / Gewandhausorchester)
Daniel Hope: The Romantic Violinist - A celebration of Joseph Joachim
Striggio: Mass in 40 Parts (Robert Hollingworth / I Fagiolini)
 
April:
Daniel Barenboim - Chopin
The Chopin Concertos (Andris Nelsons / Staatskapelle Berlin)
The Warsaw Recital (all-Chopin solo recital)
Krystian Zimerman: Gra?yna Bacewicz
Pierre Boulez: Schoenberg Pelleas and Melisande (Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra)
Jonas Kaufmann: Verismo Arias (Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia / Antonio Pappano)
Anna Netrebko: Pergolesi Stabat Mater (Maria Pizzolato / Antonio Pappano)
Nelson Freire: Liszt

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