153 jurors from 32 specialist juries have chosen 280 productions (CDs, DVDs and audio books) from new releases of the last quarter and nominated them for the Quarterly Critics' Choice ("Bestenliste") 1/2020 of the German Record Critics' Award (PdSK), which will be issued on February 15th.
Among these are also three audite productions:
Johann Bernhard Bach: Orchestral Suites was nominated in the category Early Music, String Trios by Weinberg - Penderecki - Schnittke was chosen in the category chamber music and in the category historical recording Edith Mathis sings Mozart, Bartók, Brahms, Schumann and Strauss: Selected Lieder.
We are very happy about this appreciation!
The historical release Edith Mathis from the LUCERNE FESTIVAL series received after several highest ratings by the national and international specialized press and the nomination for the International Classical Music Award 2020 now also a Diapason d'or.
audite's recording of Liszt's previously unheard opera Sardanapalo was given the Presto Classical award "Recording of the Year" for Premiere Recording (rediscovery / reconstruction).
We are very happy about this appreciation of our product!
Until 18.12.2019 we are offering on all orders via audite.de a discount of 25% on all physical products. The discount applies to physical releases such as CDs, SACDs and LPs.
In addition, you will find in our section "Special Offer" a variety of sound carriers, which are even more discounted.
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A total of 9 audite productions was nominated for the International Classical Music Awards 2020. Among them new releases with Kirill Karabits and the Staatskapelle Weimar, (Joyce El-Khoury /Airam Hernandez / Oleksandr Pushniak), Franziska Pietsch / Josu de Solaun, Andrea Lucchesini, Thüringer Bach Collegium and Trio Lirico. In the field of historical releases productions from the LUCERNE FESTIVAL series (Edith Mathis / Karl Engel) and from the RIAS archive (Moshe Atzmon, Jorge Bolet Vol. III) were nominated.
We are very happy about these nominations!
Thanks to audite's distribution partner KING INTERNATIONAL, during a stay in Japan label owner Ludger Böckenhoff was given the opportunity to speak to the leading Japanese music magazine Record Geijutsu about his label's policies and future plans. The extensive interview has now been published in the current October issue. See here!
In the current October issue of the renowned French music magazine Diapason, two audite productions received top honors. While the historical archive recording Jorge Bolet: The Berlin Radio Recordings, Vol. III was awarded a Diapason d'Or, the first recording Franz Liszt: Sardanapalo - Mazeppa received a Diapason découverte.
Next success for the new Kurtág production: The recording was nominated for this year's PdSK Annual Awards and included in the longlist!
Once a year, the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik ('German Critics' Awards') awards annual prizes from various musical genres for the best productions of the past year, which are selected by a jury-spanning committee. The ten annual prizes are awarded to the winners in the context of public concert appearances or literature readings (in the field of audio books) in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
We are very happy that Kurtág made it onto the longlist!
The recently released production György Kurtág: Scenes has been awarded a SUPERSONIC by the Luxembourg online magazin Pizzicato.
Franz Liszts Dante Symphonie dreht sich, wie so vieles bei diesem Komponisten, um das Göttliche und das Teuflische. Die Symphonie zu Dantes Divina Commedia hat zwei Teile, Inferno mit den Qualen der Hölle, und das zart klingende Purgatorio, wo die Seele für die Aufnahme in den Himmel gereinigt wird. Ein vom Chor gesungenes Magnificat bringt die Symphonie
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