John Eliot Gardiner’s 'Complete Beethoven Recordings' have been brought together for the first time to mark Beethoven’s 250th birthday in 2020.
Pianist Víkingur Ólafsson was named Artist of the Year at the Gramophone Awards 2019 last night and has released 'J. S. Bach – Works & Reworks'.
With innovative works such as ‘West Side Story’ and ‘On The Town’, composer Leonard Bernstein helped revolutionise Broadway in just a few short years.
Deutsche Grammophon have announced the exclusive signing of composer Hildur Guðnadóttir who won an Emmy for her 'Chernobyl' soundtrack.
Andris Nelsons, the leading conductor of his generation, has recorded Beethoven’s complete symphonies with the Vienna Philharmonic.
Wilhelm Furtwängler’s Complete Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon And Decca present a chronological survey of the great conductor’s career.
If anyone can pull off a classical-crossover album, it’s Tori Amos. 'Night Of Hunters' is a 21st-century song cycle that draws from the last 400 years.
Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning composer Dustin O’Halloran will release his new Deutsche Grammophon EP, ‘Sundoor’, in November 2019.
Deutsche Grammophon’s Beethoven 2020 campaign features major new releases, including a remarkable box set, celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday.
The album will be released a day after the future-embracing Icelandic composer would have turned 50.
These laureates are the latest honorees to win the prize founded by ABBA manager, music publisher and lyricist Stig “Stikkan” Anderson.
'Rammstein' also entered the Billboard 200 at No. 9, rewarding the band with their first North American Top 10 album.
An extensive playlist celebrating 120 years of Deutsche Grammophon, founded in 1898.
Ólafsson’s album was named both Best Instrumental Album and Album of the Year, while Trifonov’s won the Concerto category.
The New York Times wrote that Previn “blurred the boundaries between jazz, pop and classical music — and between composing, conducting and performing.”