Monthly Archives: August 2010

WOW!

Here at Newton Classics we came across a wonderful blog post that blew us away! We were so pleased with the fantastic article written by the team at Infodad that we thought we’d share the highlights with you. For the … Continue reading

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Holliger’s ‘Baroque Oboe’ seduces the Guardian

You may have spotted this fantastic four-star review in the Guardian a few weeks ago but if not, you can find some highlights below! “The Dutch-based Newton Classics is the latest arrival in the increasingly crowded reissue market. (…) There … Continue reading

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When blogs like Brahms

“It’s gratifying to have the Philips recordings of the Brahms Piano Concertos now reissued in this Newton Classics set. (…) Kovacevich shine. It is absolutely heaven-sent and heavenly in its execution.” We came across another fantastic blog – Classical Candor … Continue reading

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Wonderful news of the day: Seiji Ozawa to come back next month!

Last January the internationally-acclaimed Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa cancelled all his engagements for the next 6 months as he was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer. After 6 months of treatment, the musical director of the Vienna State Opera announced today that … Continue reading

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July 2010: Did you know that…?

Another month, another roundup! 1st July 2010 – Did you know that…? The German conductor Karl Münchinger – featured on our Bach ‘Great Choral Works’ recording – created the French “Festival Münchinger” in 1980 with his Stuttgart’s Chamber Orchestra. The … Continue reading

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