The German Record Critics' Award for Bob van Asperen

For his new recording of the Art of the Fugue BWV 1080 Bob van Asperen has been awarded with the German Record Critics' Award in the area Harpsichord and Organ Music in February 2019.

  • Next events

    Busch Trio
    20.07. Waren
    Mendelssohn Kammerorchester Leipzig with Ragna Schirmer
    20.07. Arnstadt
    21.07. Chorin
    Nuria Rial & Les Cornets Noirs
    27.07. Bingen
    Azahar Ensemble
    04.08. Klosters
    05.08. Feldkirch
    27.-31.08. Kloster Michaelstein, Master course
    31.08. Dresden
  • New CDs

    Busch Trio

    Fourth and final CD of Dvorak's complete chamber music for piano and strings, featuring the piano trios op. 21 and op. 26 (alpha | outhere)

    Nuria Rial, Dima Orsho & Musica Alta Ripa

    "Mother": Baroque Arias and Arabic Songs (Sony Music - DHM)

    Bob van Asperen

    "A Playlist for Rembrandt": Music from the Netherlands from Rembrandt's time (Aeolus)

    Daniel Ottensamer

    "La vie en rose": J. Francaix, C. Debussy, D. Milhaud, C. Saint-Saens, with Stephan Koncz (conduct and violoncello) and the Munich Symphony Orchestra (Sony classical)

    Concerto Italiano | Rinaldo Alessandrini

    "Un Viaggio a Roma": G.F. Händel, A. Scarlatti, A. Corelli et al. - Music from the early 18th century (naïve)

    Cédric Pescia

    "The Well-Tempered Clavier (complete)": J.S. Bach (la dolce volta)

    Azahar Ensemble

    "Turina x Turina": Works by Joaquin Turina and Jose Luis Turina (Profil Edition Günter Hänssler)

    Mendelssohn Chamber Orchestra Leipizig

    "Cosmopolitan Mendelssohn": Works by Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Volkmann, Donizetti, Gade (Klanglogo)