Preview, download or stream: https://DG.lnk.to/GrimaudWater One of the world’s most celebrated pianists, renowned for the emotional intensity of her interpretations, Hélène Grimaud presents a beautiful, haunting call to nature – ‘WATER’ is an evocative, experimental, deeply personal project combining Hélène’s two greatest passions: music and nature.
Music used: NITIN SAWHNEY: Water – Transition 6 LEOŠ JANÁCEK: In the Mists: No. 1
Acclaimed Britsh composer Max Richter has written a new landmark recording: SLEEP is 8 hours long – the equivalent of a night’s rest – and is actually and genuinely intended to send the listener to sleep. "It’s an eight-hour lullaby," says its composer, Max Richter. The ground-breaking new work is scored for piano, strings, electronics and vocals – but no words. "It’s my personal lullaby for a frenetic world," he says. "A manifesto for a slower pace of existence."
Violinist Daniel Hope has recorded several exception albums for Deutsche Grammophon - newest among them his album "Escape to Paradise" about composers who emigrated to Hollywood and contributed to the Hollywood sound.
Watch the videos of Anna Netrebko, who has transcended the boundaries typical of classical music stardom to become one of the world's most widely recognized and highly regarded opera singers. Regularly headlining productions at virtually all of the world's leading opera houses, the Russian soprano has been hailed as "the reigning new diva of the early 21st century." In 2007 she became the first classical musician to be named to the Time 100 list, Time magazine's list of the most influential people in the world. Her beautiful, dark, distinctive voice and her elegant and alluring stage presence have prompted critics to hail her as "Audrey Hepburn with a voice" and "a singer who simply has it all: a voice of astounding purity, precision, and scope, extensive dynamic and tonal range, imagination, insight, and wit -- all combined with a dazzling charisma that makes it all but impossible to look away when she is performing."
Esther Yoo, who just recently joined the Deutsche Grammophon family, releases her debut album presenting works by Sibelius and Glazunov in February 2016. On her album she is accompanied by the Philharmonia Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Ashkenazy. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/EstherYoo