Prodigy Serena Wang plays Dances of the Dolls

Dances of the Dolls, available in May on Channel Classics, offers old and new examples of traditional Children's music, performed by 9 year-old prodigy Serena Wang.

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Bernarda Fink Sings Mahler, Makes New York Philharmonic Début

On her upcoming recording, the superb mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink explores Mahler's song cycles from three different angles. The release coincides with Bernarda Fink's upcoming New York Philharmonic debut: on May 15 through 17.

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The "Tom Waits of Argentina," Melingo Débuts on World Village

Linyera, a new collection of songs from the Argentinean singer-actor Melingo could be the soundtrack to a shady underworld, conjuring up as it does a chiaroscuro labyrinth of mirrors where time stands still.

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Easter and Holy Week Contest

Harmonia Mundi Distribution will launch a trivia contest on Sunday, April 13 through Holy Week.The questions will relate to the music on our Spotify Easter Playlist, so follow us on Spotify and be prepared for the first chance to win on Sunday!

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James Ehnes APR 11 - JUN 11

James Ehnes
APR 11 - JUN 11

Catherine Russell APR 11- JUN 23

Catherine Russell
APR 11- JUN 23

Choir of Merton College, Oxford APR 13 - 20

Choir of Merton
College, Oxford
APR 13 - 20

Tai Murray MAY 30 - JUN 21

Tai Murray
MAY 30 - JUN 21


Coming in May: Paul Lewis

British pianist Paul Lewis's auspicious 2001 harmonia mundi début release marked the beginning of his fascination with the music of Franz Schubert. Thirteen years later, now hailed as “the finest Schubert interpreter of his generation” (Gramophone), Lewis offers this two-disc collection, the final installment of his three-part Schubert series, which presents newly recorded interpretations of sonatas D784 & 958 paired with his 2002 recording of Sonatas D959 and D960. The 'late' works of Schubert hold a special place in Lewis's heart. In a recent interview he said, “There is no precedent in his music for what the language becomes — that sense of austerity, sparseness, hopelessness, terror even! I think he suddenly had an acute awareness of his own mortality.”