Summer Night Concert 2022
Andris Nelsons / Wiener Philharmoniker
Andris Nelsons / Wiener Philharmoniker
Andris Nelsons and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig continue their award-winning Bruckner cycle. This time the Symphonies are coupled with the Prelude and Liebestod from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde. The album is set to be released 11 February 2022.
A Strauss alliance brings together the forces of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a new 7-CD anthology and touring project by conductor Andris Nelsons. Covering all major orchestral works by Richard Strauss, the 7-CD set features soloists such as Yuja Wang and Yo-Yo Ma and is set for release 6 May 2022.
In this latest installment in "an ongoing Shostakovich survey that has rightly won him three Grammy Awards" (NY Times), Andris Nelsons and the BSO bookend the composer's brilliant symphonic career.
Andris Nelsons and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig continue their award-winning Bruckner cycle - this time the Symphonies are coupled with Wagner's Meistersinger Prelude.
2020 New Year's Concert with the Vienna Philharmonic
This deluxe compilation, in which Andris Nelsons joins the Wiener Philharmoniker, was recorded during a series of concerts conducting works by Beethoven in Vienna, Hamburg, and Hannover. The soloists for the Symphony No.9 are Camilla Nylund, Gerhild Romberger, Klaus Florian Vogt and Georg Zeppenfeld.
Andris Nelsons and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig continue their acclaimed Bruckner cycle with Symphony No. 6, which Anton Bruckner himself described as his “boldest” and “most brazen”, and Symphony No. 9, which had Bruckner struggling for a total of nine years. The symphonies are coupled with Wagner’s Preludes to “Parsifal” and “Siegfried Idyll”.
In this album, Shostakovich's Symphonies Nos. 6 & 7 are complemented by another two of his works: the Suite from the Incidental Music to King Lear, Op. 58a and the Festive Overture, Op. 96.
Deutsche Grammophon proudly continues the widely acclaimed, Grammy winning Shostakovich Symphony cycle with Music Director Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Lohengrin is staged by the enfant terrible Hans Neuenfels, and offers a thought-provoking production of brilliant visual clarity.
Alexei Ogrintchouk, one of today’s leading oboists, has proven himself in previous recordings for BIS ranging from Bach to Nikos Skalkottas and Antal Doráti. With sterling support from the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons, he here makes light of the considerable difficulties of the solo part of the oboe concerto.
Andris Nelsons' latest Deutsche Grammophon release, featuring Bruckner's Symphony No. 3 and Wagner's Overture to Tannhäuser with the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, was recorded live in concert and is the first installment in a multi-album Bruckner series on the Deutsche Grammophon label.
Recorded live during concert performances at Symphony Hall in November 2016.
This recording provides a kaleidoscope of Shostakovich’s struggle with historical events and political pressures. The pre-war eclectic but accessible and popular 5th, in which he would seem to bow to political pressure, ensured his temporary rehabilitation.
'Under Stalin's Shadow' - This recording marks the first instalment of a long-term collaboration with one of the most exciting young conductors of our time: Andris Nelsons the newly appointed Music Director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. *2016 Gramophone Magazine Award-Winning Album.
This release presents two rich piano concertos played by the unparalleled Stephen Hough, accompanied by the City of Birmingham Symphony. Schumann and Dvorak each wrote just one piano concerto, the latter being performed here in its fearsomely challenging original version. This recording also marks the Hyperion debut of conductor Andris Nelsons.
A riveting recording of Abrahamsen's 'let me tell you' featuring Barbara Hannigan, soprano; the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Andris Nelsons, conductor. *2016 Gramophone Magazine Award Winning Album.
Whether on the concert or operatic podium, conductor Andris Nelsons remains a master when it comes to the heightening of dramatic intensity. Here, with the CBSO once again on superb form, this march assumes a timeless historic stature.
Recorded live in Boston Symphony Hall, this album is the first to feature BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestras in Wagner's Overture to "Tannhäuser" and Sibelius's Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 43.
A brilliant addition to the Strauss anniversary-year releases and an important record of the orchestra's fruitful relationship with their Latvian director. (Gramophone Editor's Choice)
Conductor Andris Nelsons dubbed Der Wunderdirigent by the Süddeutsche Zeitung is one of today's most exciting young interpreters of Romantic repertoire.
A must-have CD release of Dvorák's most famous symphony, with a rich performance by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, led by Andris Nelsons.
With its restrained melancholy and mystical ambience, a concert performance does not diminish the impact of the title heroine and her moving fate. On the contrary, when Kristine Opolais sings Angelica – one of our most exciting young Puccini sopranos (fêted at Covent Garden in Madama Butterfly and in this role) – even a concert hall audience is moved to tears, as we can read in the reviews of her concert performances with the WDR Symphony Orchestra Köln conducted by acclaimed Maestro Andris Nelsons.
Andris Nelsons, the CBSO and Tchaikovsky have become synonymous, not least on disc, and the latest in their series of recordings fulfills its promise.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra under its music director Andris Nelsons, have already released a highly-praised Strauss disc on Orfeo with Ein Heldenleben and the Rosenkavalier Suite, and Nelsons understands how to convey his fascination with Strauss to both orchestra and listeners with utter conviction.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and its music director Andris Nelsons here present their second Tchaikovsky CD, in an ongoing cycle, for Orfeo.
After their much lauded CD of Richard Strauss, Stravinsky is the next great composer of the 20th century to feature the CBSO under its music director Andris Nelsons.
What Ein Heldenleben needs is not only a first-class orchestra but also a conductor with a clear sense of the work's underlying structure, a conductor, moreover, who is able to maintain the tension and respond quickly and consistently to the work's countless details.This is certainly how Andris Nelsons sees his task, a task which he realises magnificently in this, his second ORFEO recording with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Andris Nelsons leads the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra for this acclaimed Orfeo release.
Performing these two landmark compositions on this Orfeo album is violinist Arabella Steinbacher and the WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln under Andris Nelsons.
Latvian violinist Baiba Skride proffers a collection of works for violin and orchestra by Tchaikovsky, the composer for which she feels the greatest affinity, with Maestro Andris Nelsons and the CBSO.
Andris Nelsons leads the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks on this recording, featuring violinist Arabella Steinbacher.