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.
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 -
The Plácido Domingo Story (3 CDs)
Plácido Domingo: The Opera Collection (26 CDs)
Giordano: Fedora (w/ Angela Gheorghiu)
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)
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)
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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