Ballet royal de la Naissance de Vénus - Les Talens Lyriques
Christophe Rousset and Les Talens Lyriques go back to Lully, with a nineth CD that completes their work dedicated to the composer. This time, they offer to rediscover the court ballet genre.
1802 - Jonas Vitaud
Jonas Vitaud's new album is dedicated to Beethoven and most specifically to his works written in 1802. The composer knew a deep personal crisis during this year, which was marked by his growing deafness.
Les Indes Galantes - La Chapelle Harmonique
Berio/To Sing - Les Cris de Paris
Les Cris de Paris and Geoffroy Jourdain dedicate their new album to Berio a "an explorer passionated by the human voice" (harmonia mundi).
La Famille Rameau - Justin Taylor
Justin Taylor's new album is dedicated to the Rameau family: Jean-Philippe, Claude-François and Lazare.
Elgar - Renaud Capuçon
Renaud Capuçon dedicates his last recording to the composer Sir Edward Elgar. Two works are available on this CD: the violin concerto opus 61 with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, and the violin sonata opus 82 with the British pianist Stephen Hough.
Arnold String Trio - Beethoven
The musicians of the Arnold String Trio recorded their first CD dedicated to Beethoven's opus 9 trios (Mirare).
Haydn "Stabat Mater" - Le Concert de la Loge and Aedes
Le Concert de la Loge, conducted by Julien Chauvin, ends its Haydn cycle with the symphonies n° 84 et 86 (Aparté, February 2021). The orchestra worked with Ensemble Aedes, conducted by Mathieu Romano, and the soloists Florie Valiquette, Adèle Charvet, Reinoud Van Mechelen and Andreas Wolf.
Armida - Les Talens Lyriques
Released in January 2021, the CD Armida completes the cycle dedicated to Antonio Salieri's works which Les Talens Lyriques have been exploring since 2015.
"Contralto" - Nathalie Stutzmann
Nathalie Stutzmann's new record "Contralto" gathers famous and less famous arias of Handel, Vivaldi, Bononcini, Caldara and Gasparini, specially composed for the contralto voice. (Erato, 2021)
Royal Handel - Eva Zaïcik and Le Consort
After recording "Venez chère ombre", mezzo-soprano Eva Zaïcik and Le Consort gathered again to offer a musical portrait of the first Royal Academy of Music, at the time when Handel was the musical director.
Camille Saint-Saëns - Renaud Capuçon, Edgar Moreau and Bertrand Chamayou (2)
Renaud Capuçon, Edgar Moreau and Bertrand Chamayou gathered to record a common CD focusing on Saint-Saëns' trios (Warner Classics).
The Seasons - Zadig Trio
In July 2020, Zadig Trio recorded live Tchaikovsky's "Les Saisons" in the Salon de musique of the foundation. On this record, the comedian Stéphane Varupenne tells the poems that inspired the composer on this work.