Interesting Recordings of 2017

The beginning of 2107 seems to be promising enough with plenty of inspiring recording being released by talented artists all over the world. The experts in the industry have listed the top recordings that are perceived to change the face of classical music in the upcoming months.

The Joan Adams Edition by the Berlin Philharmonic is a collection of recording that pan from 2016 till now and consists of a few classic works alongside some recent ones as well. The orchestra is led by Alan Gilbert, Simon Rattle, Gustavo Dudamel and Kirill Petrenko. These recordings are absolutely delightful for a classical music lover and need to go on the list for delivering a luxurious musical experience to its listeners.

The Cantatas Nos. 152,199,292 by Carolyn Sampson along with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra is a brighter version that needs to be appreciated on its own footing. The director, Harmonia Mundi and Lorraine Hunt Lieberson do a wonderful job in bringing the music to life.

Although the Goldberg Variations by Beatrice Rana is considerably young, her talent in playing sensitive and sophisticated pieces with the right amount of control is a beautiful example of how music has developed over the years. The return to Bach’s theme adds to the delight of the recording.

Piano Concertos Danny Driver along with Symphony Orchestra with Rebecca Miller as the conductor has paid homage to Amy Beach in honor of her 150th birthday. This fine release by Hyperion helped bring to life the wonderful works by Amy Beach which Rebecca Miller has performed with splendor and aplomb.

Bloodroot by Kelly Morgan focuses on avoiding timbral effects that is often the pitfall for many composers while attempting prepared piano. With memorable melodies, Ms.Moran is able to display her talent through this set of miniatures. She has also employed many garde touches as a result of being inspired by John Cage.