This week, audiences will be able to hear the second solo recital album by one of today’s rising stars, one of today’s greatest mezzos playing Wagner, and a remaster of a historic recording. Here’s a look at what’s new for the week.
Lieder by Wesendonck
C Major releases Elīna Garanča’s Wesendonck Lieder record live from the 2020 Salzburg Festival. The program also included the Vienna Philharmonic under the direction of Christian Thielemann performing Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony.
Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci
Oksana Lyniv conducts the famous double program featuring the famous operas by Leoncavallo and Mascagni de Graz. Oehms releases the new recording.
Sony Classical is releasing a remastered 2-CD edition of Bernstein’s MASS which includes a 140-page booklet created in collaboration with the office of Leonard Bernstein with numerous unpublished photos and facsimiles, synopsis, booklet and new sleeve notes. The recording features Alan Titus as the celebrant with Leonard Bernstein leading the Norman Scribner Choir and the Berkshire Boy Choir.
Albéniz: complete songs
Adriana González and Iñaki Encina Oyón team up for the second time on a new album for Audax Records. The new album explores all of Isaac Albéniz’s songs. Following the chronological order of the compositions, the duo retraces the short but varied life of the Spanish composer and marker towards the 20th century.
Anna Netrebko releases the first single from her upcoming album “Amata dalle Tenebre”. The new single “Ritorna vincitor” from “Aida” also contains a music video directed by Elena Petitti di Roreto and produced by Rekorder GmbH.
DVD and CD releases