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Ginastera – Bernstein – Moussa : Works for Violin and orchestra

  ANDREW WAN ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE MONTRÉAL KENT NAGANOThe celebration of an exceptional collaboration!     Recorded in concert at the Maison symphonique de Montréal in 2019, the album brings together important works, namely the Violin Concerto, Op. 30 by Alberto Ginastera, a score that requires no less than seven percussionists handling some fifty instruments,... Read more »


  THE JOHN ADAMS ALBUM – Kent Nagano     «During the early 1980’s John Adams was beginning to emerge as a composer and his works were brilliantly distinctive, of exceptional quality and I felt his music needed to be heard on all continents of the world. Over those early years, I performed his music... Read more »

Chopin : Concertos Nos 1 & 2

  Chopin: Concertos Nos. 1 & 2     For their first recorded collaboration, pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin and the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, under the direction of Kent Nagano, are offering the album Chopin: Concertos Nos. 1 & 2. "This project is a real childhood dream come true. I feel extremely privileged to have immortalized... Read more »

Franz Schubert Octet in F major, D. 803

  Second album by the OSM Chamber Soloists     The second album in the series of recordings by the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal Chamber Soloists, under the artistic direction of Andrew Wan, concertmaster of the OSM since 2008, is devoted to the Octet in F major, D. 803 by Franz Schubert. This ambitious and... Read more »

Leonard Bernstein – A quiet place

Présentation Decca Classics and the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal are proud to present the world premiere recording of the chamber version of Leonard Bernstein’s ‘A Quiet Place’, adapted by Garth Edwin Sunderland. It is conducted by Kent Nagano and will be released on 22nd June, ahead of the Bernstein centenary on 25th August 2018. Premiered in 1983, Bernstein’s opera ‘A Quiet Place’ was the composer’s last work... Read more »


    CHEF Kent Nagano     PRÉSENTATION The Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and Kent Nagano are pleased to announce the release of Danse macabre, the second album produced in collaboration with Decca, the prestigious record label. Danse macabre follows on the heels of L’Aiglon, the lyric drama by Honegger and Ibert recorded by the... Read more »

Honegger & Ibert : L’Aiglon

aiglon_couverture CONDUCTOR Kent Nagano COMPOSER Honegger Ibert ARTISTS Kent Nagano, chef d'orchestre Anne-Catherine Gillet, soprano (L'Aiglon, duc de Reichstadt) Marc Barrard, baryton (Séraphin Flambeau) Étienne Dupuis, baryton (Prince de Metternich) Philippe Sly, baryton (Maréchal Marmont) Pascal Charbonneau, ténor (L'attaché militaire) Isaiah Bell, ténor (Frédéric de Gentz) Tyler Duncan, baryton (Chevalier de Prokesch-Osten) Jean-Michel Richer, ténor (Comte... Read more »

Saint-Saëns, Moussa, Saariaho : Symphonie et créations avec orgue

saint_saens_moussa CHEF Kent Nagano COMPOSITEUR Saint-Saëns, Moussa, Saariaho ARTISTES Kent Nagano, chef d'orchestre Jean-Willy Kunz, organiste en résidence de l’OSM (1) Olivier Latry, organiste émérite de l'OSM (2) Orchestre symphonique de Montréal Concert inaugural du Grand Orgue Pierre-Béique OEUVRES Saint-Saëns, Symphonie no 3 en do mineur, op. 78, « Avec orgue » (2) Liszt*, Fantaisie et... Read more »

Complete Violin Concertos of Saint-Saëns

saint_saens CONDUCTOR Kent Nagano COMPOSER Saint-Saëns ARTISTS Kent Nagano, conductor Andrew Wan, violin Orchestre symphonique de Montréal WORKS CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS (1835-1921) Concerto pour violon no 1 en la majeur, op. 20 Violin Concerto no. 1 in A major, op. 20 1. Allegro – 4:52 2. Andante espressivo – 2:05 3. Tempo I (Allegro) 6:11 Concerto pour... Read more »

Tomasi, Desenclos, Jolivet: Concertos français pour trompette

Tomasi, Desenclos, Jolivet CONDUCTOR Kent Nagano COMPOSER Desenclos, Jolivet, Tomasi WORKS Three works for trumpet and orchestra, each one written in France by a composer whose life did not exceed the span of the 20th century, and each heavily influenced by the idiom of jazz. The apparent similarities are many, but philosophically these works come from very different places. Alfred... Read more »