Dragon Quartet: debut release receives rave reviews

Audiophile Audition: ‘(…) beside their towering artistic genius, they have very good manners. (…) It is a tremendous debut and very well recorded.’ The Guardian: ‘If you […]

40 Titles highlighted by Gramophone

There are now 40 Channel Classics titles that either won Editor’s Choice or Recording of the Month awards from the renowned magazine Gramophone between 1995 […]

Mahler 3 – The first reviews!

Gramophone (Editor’s Choice) Here for once is a Mahler symphony release that feels different from the outset. I doubt whether there has ever been a […]

Recording in Liverpool with Ning Feng

Recording Ning Feng last week with Liverpool Philharmonic with Elgar and Finzi Concertos. Orchestra was very focused and supportive of Feng.  Conductor was  Carlos M. […]

Recording Rosanne Philippens and Julian Quentin: music of Prokofiev

Recording with Rosanne and Julian in Holland is always a celebration as these two are just great artists to work with.  Included on this recording […]

Recording Session in Budapest

In Budapest last week (January 30th 2017) to record Beethoven symphonies no. 1 and 5 with the Budapest Festival Orchestra and Ivan Fischer.  Here are […]

Rachel Podger wins Gramaphone Award

Having won the BBC Music Magazine Concerto Award for Vivaldi L’Estro Armonicoearlier this year, “queen of the Baroque violin” (The Sunday Times) Rachel Podger, has […]

Channel Classics is Gramaphone’s Label of the Year 2015

Dear Channel Friends, On September 17th 2015, Channel Classics was awarded Gramophone’s “Label of the Year 2015” in London at the Gramophone Classical Music Awards! […]

Jared Sacks Knighted by Dutch King

By Emma R. Murphy ( Music has always been a passion for Needham High School alum Jared Sacks. Now a Dutch-U.S. dual citizen, that passion […]