Decca Classics celebrated a stellar year in classical music and 90th anniversary with artists including Renée Fleming, MILOŠ and Isata Kanneh-Mason.
Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason’s debut album ‘Romance’, a portrait of the life of composer and pianist Clara Schumann, is out now.
Colin Thackery, war veteran and winner of 'Britain’s Got Talent' 2019, made music history as he signed his first record deal at the age of 89.
Herbert von Karajan's complete Bruckner Symphonies with the Berliner Philharmoniker, presented on 9CDs and Blu-ray Audio, are out now.
Miloš returns with his new album ‘Sound Of Silence’ featuring classical guitar pieces and songs by Portishead, Radiohead and Leonard Cohen.
The ZoneOut International Music Festival in Sydney will feature leading International and Australian artists, yoga sessions and film screenings.
A previously unreleased live concert recording of Keith Jarrett performing JS Bach’s ‘The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1’ is out now.
‘Across The Stars’, the new album from legendary film composer John Williams and superstar violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, features iconic movie themes.
Lise Davidsen is the first operatic soprano to debut at No. 1 in the UK Classical Charts with her self-titled album of Strauss and Wagner songs.
Superstar duets with artists including Bono and Andrea Bocelli and previously unreleased music featured on ‘Pavarotti’ soundtrack and ‘Greatest Hits’.
Nicola Benedetti’s new album features two works written especially for her by world-renowned jazz musician Wynton Marsalis.
Composer and pianist Jean-Michel Blais signs to Mercury KX and will release soundtrack for Xavier Dolan’s new film 'Matthias & Maxime’.
‘Classics Unlocked’, a new series of classical music education podcasts presented by Graham Abbott, delves into the stories behind the music.
Decca Records continued their 90th birthday celebrations with an exhibition at the V&A Museum featuring artists performances and historic displays.
The world’s most beloved soprano, Renée Fleming, releases her new album ‘Lieder’, spanning six decades of German song, on 14 June.