Decca Records continue their 90th anniversary celebrations with the launch of Decca Ale and further events including Classic FM's Live Decca 90 Gala.
Andris Nelsons, the leading conductor of his generation, has recorded Beethoven’s complete symphonies with the Vienna Philharmonic.
Philharmonix’ new album ‘The Vienna Berlin Music Club Vol.2’ blends classical, jazz, rock and pop elements with ingenious arrangements.
Jessye Norman, the renowned international opera singer, has died aged 74. She was one of the most popular and highly regarded sopranos in the world.
Andrea Bocelli will release ‘Si Forever: The Diamond Edition’ featuring new duets with Ellie Goulding and Jennifer Garner in November.
Wilhelm Furtwängler’s Complete Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon And Decca present a chronological survey of the great conductor’s career.
Decca Records takes on the Three Peaks to support The Decca Bursary which helps children afford music education regardless of their background.
Max Richter has released ‘To The Stars’, his first single from the forthcoming soundtrack to Brad Pitt’s highly anticipated new movie 'Ad Astra'.
Watch Lang Lang accompanying 11 year old opera singer Emanne Beasha’s performance of ‘Con Te Partirò’ on 'America’s Got Talent' finale.
Our retrospective of award-winning composer Jóhann Jóhannsson explores some of his most significant studio albums and soundtracks.
Beethoven’s piano sonatas form one of the most important collection of works in the history of music - explore his early sonatas with ‘Classics Unlocked’.
Composer Hildur Gudnadóttir won her first Emmy Award for her acclaimed 'Chernobyl' soundtrack at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys.
Il Divo have announced 'Timeless Live In Japan', celebrating the classical crossover group’s 15th anniversary, will be released in October.
Pioneering composer Max Richter will give an historic performance of his 8-hour lullaby ‘Sleep’ at the Great Wall Of China in October 2019.
Cecilia Bartoli’s new album commemorates the life and career of the most famous opera singer of the eighteenth century: the castrato Farinelli.