Max Richter in Hong Kong to be streamed live November 30 - Max Richter visits Hong Kong to play two of his best-known compositions, Recomposed and Memoryhouse, together with violinist Mari Samuelsen, soprano Grace Davidson and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Robert Ziegler. The performance on Saturday, December 1st will be streamed live (360° and 2D stream) via Deutsche Grammophon’s YouTube channel beginning at 1 pm CET / 8 pm Hong Kong time, brought to you with the support of Google Arts & Culture and YouTube Music. Seong-Jin Cho plays Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 12 in F Major, K. 332, Adagio November 30 - Striking contrasts and quicksilver changes of mood dictate the emotional weather of Mozart’s Sonata in F major K332. Watch a new video of Seong-Jin Cho playing the second movement of the dramatic work written in Vienna during the second half of 1783 as included on the pianist's first Mozart album. HBO Series My Brilliant Friend with Music by Max Richter November 30 - Based on the international bestselling novel by Elena Ferrante, the American-Italian drama TV series My Brilliant Friend features a vast array of Max Richter’s catalogue, including works from Infra, From Sleep, Three Worlds, The Blue Notebooks, and Vivaldi Recomposed. "Elena & Lila", the main theme of the HBO series, is available as of today. The Shellac Project in all its festive splendour November 30 - Deutsche Grammophon’s Shellac Project continues with today's release of four traditional Christmas songs, recorded by the prestigious Thomanerchor Leipzig under Chorus Masters Karl Straube and Günther Ramin. Created in partnership with Google Arts & Culture, listen to The Shellac Project on YouTube Music and more. Nemanja Radulović on his new album Baïka November 28 - With Baïka, which means “story” or “tale” in Serbian, Nemanja Radulović is once again exploring the music of Eastern Europe and beyond. From Khachaturian to Rimsky-Korsakov to Aleksandar Sedlar, Baïka takes us on a journey through different musical regions. Rolando Villazón sings Petit Papa Noël November 27 - “I remember the first time I heard Petit Papa Noël at the Cirque d’Hiver in Paris. I saw everyone singing it and thought it was very beautiful. It then became a Christmas tradition to take my kids to the circus, and now Petit Papa Noël has become part of their memories.” Rolando Villazón is joined in duet for his version by Julie Zenatti. Yuja Wang plays Rachmaninov's Prelude in G Minor, Op. 23, No. 5 November 23 - Yuja Wang's new album, The Berlin Recital, captures the white heat of solo works by Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Scriabin and Ligeti, a trio of Russians together with one of the late 20th-century’s greatest composers. Watch a new video of Rachmaninov's Prelude in G Minor, Op. 23, No. 5 recorded live at Berlin Philharmonie. Sir John Eliot Gardiner introduces Bach 333 November 22 - J.S. Bach – The New Complete Edition presents over 280 hours of music from 750 performers and 32 labels on 222 CDs and 1 DVD; Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s 90-minute BBC film ‘Bach: A Passionate Life’, in which the life of Bach is further explored. Watch an excerpt of the introductory DVD documentary. Yuja Wang and Andreas Ottensamer Live from Shanghai Yellow Lounge November 22 - Watch the live stream of pianist Yuja Wang and clarinetist Andreas Ottensamer at Yellow Lounge from Shanghai's Modern Sky Lab. Yuja Wang performed pieces from her new album, The Berlin Recital, and was joined by Andreas Ottensamer for the second set. The two collaborate on Ottensamer's upcoming album, Blue Hour. Lang Lang plays Chopin Waltz No. 1 "Grande valse brillante" at Berlin Gala Concert November 20 - Watch a new video of Lang Lang performing Chopin's Waltz No. 1 "Grande valse brillante" in E-Flat Major, Op. 18 together with Staatskapelle Berlin under the baton of Manfred Honeck as an encore at the DG120 Celebration Gala at Berlin Philharmonie in November 2018. Víkingur Ólafsson – And At The Hour Of Death November 19 - With "Bach Reworks", Víkingur Ólafsson brings together atmospheric reworkings of music by well-known sound artists as well as two of his own arrangements. Watch the full video of "And At The Hour Of Death". Rolando Villazón sings Feliz Navidad November 19 - Rolando Villazón rings in the holiday season with his first Christmas album for Deutsche Grammophon, a message of joy and love with its Yuletide mix of carols, classic ballads and folk songs. Watch the full video of a favourite Christmas classic, "Feliz Navidad". Mary Queen of Scots – Music by Max Richter November 16 - Written to match one of the most gripping and powerful real-life stories in history, Max Richter has scored a lavish orchestral score to director Josie Rourke's "Mary Queen of Scots", one of the most anticipated movies of 2018 to feature celebrated Hollywood actresses Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie. Now available for pre-order, listen to the first track, "A New Generation". Rolando Villazón rings in the Christmas season November 9 - Rolando Villazón shares the magic of the holiday season with his first Christmas album for Deutsche Grammophon – "Feliz Navidad" offers heart-warming Christmas classics – in five languages! New Video: Light Eternal – The Choral Music of Morten Lauridsen (Trailer) October 31 - On the occasion of his 75th birthday in 2018, American choral composer Morten Lauridsen's landmark compositions were recorded by the Chamber Choir of Europe in close collaboration with the composer himself. The recording features carefully selected compositions and worldwide favorites of Lauridsen’s handwriting, including two world premiere recordings. New Video: Peter Gregson Live at Yellow Lounge October 30 - Watch a new video of cellist and composer Peter Gregson performing Prelude 1.1 from his album Recomposed by Peter Gregson: Bach – The Cello Suites live at Yellow Lounge in Beijing, 2018. Seiji Ozawa announces The DG120 Tokyo Anniversary Concert October 29 - Maestro Seiji Ozawa announces The DG120 Tokyo Anniversary Concert to feature Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Saito Kinen Orchestra led by Ozawa and Diego Matheuz on December 5, 2018. Release of J.S. Bach – The New Complete Edition October 26 - 333 years since the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach, the largest project of its kind in the history of recorded music is presented by Deutsche Grammophon in collaboration with Decca Classics, 30 other labels and the Leipzig Bach Archive. In celebration of its release today, Deutsche Grammophon artists John Eliot Gardiner, Lisa Batiashvili, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Murray Perahia and more share their brilliant insights on the world’s most influential musician. Víkingur Ólafsson plays Bach's Prelude in E minor, BWV 855a (transcr. In B minor by Alexander Siloti) October 26 - Having studied the music of J.S. Bach intensively, Víkingur Ólafsson casts new light on some of the composer’s many different faces. Excerpts from the Well-Tempered Clavier such as the Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 855a showcase him as, in Ólafsson’s words, “the master of the short story”. Watch a new video of this work, transcribed in B minor by Alexander Siloti. DG120 Video Count-Up Series October 25 - The DG120 Gala Concert in Beijing's Forbidden City is just the beginning. The DG120 Video Count-Up Series brings you to a 120-day-long journey in celebration of 120 years of Deutsche Grammophon with 120 videos of Deutsche Grammophon artists in performance. Nemanja Radulović on Khachaturian’s Trio October 23 - Nemanja Radulović's new album "Baïka" includes Aram Khachaturian's violin concerto and Trio for clarinet, violin and piano. Nemanja chose to record the trio with accomplices with whom he likes to perform on stage – the clarinetist Andreas Ottensamer and the pianist Laure Favre-Kahn. Seong-Jin Cho to release first Mozart album October 22 - After Chopin and Debussy, pianist Seong-Jin Cho now collaborates with Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and presents his first Mozart album with the dramatic D minor Concerto K. 466, the joyful K. 281 and the technically demanding K. 332. Watch Sir Bryn Terfel perform popular song "I Believe" October 19 - Sir Bryn Terfel performs "I Believe", a popular song by Ervin Drake, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl and Al Stillman as featured on his new album, Dreams and Songs. DG120 Anniversary Concert in Beijing's Forbidden City – Behind the Scenes with Toby Spence October 19 - Tenor Toby Spence shares what it's like to be performing in Beijing's Forbidden City, a concert which was streamed live in 360° virtual reality format. Joined by the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Long Yu, Spence performed Orff's Carmina Burana together with Ludovic Tézier and Aida Garifullina on October 10, 2018. Nemanja Radulović on Khachaturian’s violin concerto October 16 - To record Aram Khachaturian’s violin concerto for his new album Baïka, Nemanja Radulović chose Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sascha Goetzel, a pairing that already follows a successful collaboration on stage. Nemanja is considered as the current specialist of the beautiful concerto, adding a very personal and individual interpretation. DG120 – The Anniversary Edition – Official Unboxing Video October 15 - Now available, discover DG120 - The Anniversary Edition, a boxed set of 120 CDs + 1 Bonus CD + 1 Blu-ray Audio disc illuminating 120 years of recording history, including many rare recordings released internationally for the first time and recordings newly digitized from historic shellac discs. Daniil Trifonov stars in a new music short film October 13 - Pianist Daniil Trifonov makes his acting debut as a charming 19th century stowaway in a short film by Michael Joseph McQuilken. The film highlights the Fourth Concerto on his new album, Destination Rachmaninov – Departure. DG120 Anniversary Concert in Beijing's Forbidden City October 10 - The build-up to today's concert continues. See a video of behind the scenes. DG120 Anniversary Concert in Beijing's Forbidden City on October 10 October 9 - As preparations proceed, see some impressions from the build up of the area and the rehearsals.