Bach333 – Coming Soon September 18 - 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, 32 other labels and the Leipzig Bach Archive. Learn more here. Livestream Víkingur Ólafsson at Yellow Lounge September 3 - Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson performs works from his upcoming album "Bach" Live at Yellow Lounge Berlin tonight. Click here for the livestream starting at 10 pm CEST. DG 120 in Seoul – Press Conference and Gala Concert September 2 - Clemens Trautmann, President of Deutsche Grammophon, presented the gala concerts and festivities around the 120th anniversary of the Yellow Label, along with pianist Seong-Jin Cho's new Mozart album in collaboration with Yannick Nezet-Seguin and Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Peter Gregson Signs Exclusive Contract with Deutsche Grammophon June 26 - Deutsche Grammophon is pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive contract with cellist, composer and electro-acoustic alchemist Peter Gregson, who takes the "Recomposed" series forward. His first release will be Recomposed by Peter Gregson: Bach – The Cello Suites, a creative contemporary vision of a classic. Signing of Soprano Nadine Sierra and Pre-Order of Debut Album June 25 - We are pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive contract with soprano Nadine Sierra. Her debut album 'There's a Place for Us' explores the rich diversity of American opera and song to reveal a timeless message of inclusion and hope. Now available for pre-order, you can listen to "Somewhere" from Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story; the first track to be heard ahead of the album release in August. Bryn Terfel Returns with New Album in Five Years: Dreams and Songs June 25 - After five years, Sir Bryn Terfel is back – introducing his new album 'Dreams and Songs'. A collection of his favourite tunes, recorded in brand new orchestral versions and including some special guest duets, look out for the release in September. Deutsche Grammophon launches DG120 June 11 - Deutsche Grammophon will celebrate its 120th anniversary this year with an unprecedented, wide-ranging and ambitious international programme of activities to celebrate the Yellow Label’s illustrious past, dynamic present and prosperous future. The carefully curated programme features multi-disciplinary activities, events, rare archival treasures and an exciting new product suite that will captivate music fans around the world. Learn more... Long Yu and Shanghai Symphony to join DG's family of artists June 7 - Deutsche Grammophon’s exclusive recording deal with Long Yu and Shanghai Symphony Orchestra marks rising-star status of China’s oldest orchestra and pre-eminent conductor. Pre-Order: Anne-Sophie Mutter pays Hommage à Penderecki June 1 - Anne-Sophie Mutter and Krzysztof Penderecki celebrate their long and fruitful cooperation and friendship with a new recording of works for violin and piano/orchestra by Penderecki. The release of this double album ties in with the composer's 85th birthday and is set for international release on 10 August 2018. Now available for pre-order. Anna Netrebko sings O mio babbino caro and other opera classics June 1 - Following the Summer Night Concert held at Schlosspark Schönbrunn in Vienna on 31 May, Deutsche Grammophon presents a 4-track Digital EP of the repertoire Anna Netrebko performed, including a new recording of the soprano's eternal signature piece, "O mio babbino caro" from Puccini's opera Gianni Schicchi. Yannick Nézet-Séguin signs new exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon May 30 - Deutsche Grammophon is delighted to announce that Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Music Director of The Philadelphia Orchestra, incoming Music Director of the Metropolitan Opera and Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal, has signed an exclusive contract with the yellow label. Enter to win a 6-month membership with streaming service IDAGIO April 27 - Enter our prize draw to win a free 6-month membership with the classical streaming platform IDAGIO. IDAGIO is the first streaming service designed specifically for classical music. Alongside an easy-to-use interface and a distinguished design, IDAGIO offers the latest releases, curated playlists as well as an comprehensive and constantly growing catalogue. Canal+ Group Partners with Universal Music Group to Launch Deutsche Grammophon+ April 26 - Canal+ Group and Universal Music Group launch Deutsche Grammophon+, an innovative channel featuring exclusive and specially curated content showcasing Deutsche Grammophon's prestigious catalogue. Premiered in 1742: Händel's Messiah April 13 - Premiered on April 13, 1742, Händel's Messiah was composed within 23 days. Play our Music Puzzle to hear an excerpt of "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" as performed by soprano Susan Gritton and the Gabrieli Players, under the director of Paul McCreesh. 120 Years of Deutsche Grammophon April 11 - We are getting ready for our birthday party! We invite our community of artists and fans to join us in celebrating 120 Years of Deutsche Grammophon. Tickets for our Berlin Gala Concert are on sale now—with performances by Anne-Sophie Mutter, Staatskapelle Berlin, Lang Lang, Manfred Honeck and Ye-Eun Choi, the evening will feature works by Beethoven, Unsuk Chin and John Williams. Seong-Jin Cho among Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2018 March 27 - Seong-Jin Cho has been selected to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list – Class of 2018. "In its third year, our annual 30 Under 30 Asia list features 300 young innovators and disruptors across 10 categories who are re-inventing their industries and driving change across this diverse region." Englabörn & Variations – Jóhann Jóhannsson March 23 - Shortly before his passing, Jóhann Jóhannsson completed Englabörn & Variations. With this, now seeming like a parting gift, Jóhannsson reinterpreted pieces of his 2002 debut album Englabörn and invited other artists he admired to do the same. Prokofiev for Two – Martha Argerich and Sergei Babayan March 23 - Pianists Martha Argerich and Sergei Babayan, who first met in Brussels in 1991, have now recorded for Deutsche Grammophon two stunning selections from Prokofiev’s music for stage and screen in magnificent two-piano transcriptions by Babayan. Max Richter Soundtrack "Taboo" Nominated for BAFTA March 22 - Congratulations to Max Richter, whose original score for BBC/FX co-production Taboo has been nominated for a British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award in the category of Original Music. Happy 333rd Birthday, Johann Sebastian Bach! March 21 - 2018 marks 333 years since the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach. Music in Bach’s time went far beyond the superficial process of just placing pleasing harmonies on manuscript paper – it had religious significance and meaning built into its very structure. Watch a video to learn more about what we have in store for you. Streaming Release: Max Richter's "Sleep" March 16 - Max Richter’s eight-hour opus, in its true and original form, is now available for streaming for the first time, allowing it to be experienced without interruption, to accompany the listener’s sleeping hours, as the composer intended. The release coincides with 'World Sleep Day' on 16 March 2018. Listen to a pre-release track from Martha Argerich and Sergei Babayan March 16 - Prokofiev for Two, set for release worldwide on 23 March 2018, features Sergei Babayan’s twelve-movement transcription of numbers from the ballet Romeo and Juliet. Listen to the 5th Movement "Gavotte" from Prokofiev's 12 Movements From Romeo And Juliet, Op. 64, a transcription for two pianos by Babayan. Happy 90th Birthday, Christa Ludwig! March 16 - Join us in celebration of the great Mezzo Christa Ludwig's 90th birthday (b. March 16, 1928). Play play our Music Puzzle to hear an excerpt of I Am Easily Assimilated (Old Lady's Tango) from Candide with the London Symphony Orchestra, a track featured on both the recently released 12-CD Christa Ludwig Edition and today's release, Bernstein On Broadway. Yannick Nézet-Séguin presents Bernstein's Mass March 16 - Rarely recorded and a first in the Deutsche Grammophon catalogue, Yannick Nézet-Séguin forges a powerfully emotional interpretation of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass. A bombastic project in celebration of Bernstein’s 100th birthday, this live recording from May 2015 with the Philadelphia Orchestra shows Nézet-Séguin as a Master Choral as well as Orchestral Conductor. Bernstein On Broadway March 16 - As part of Deutsche Grammophon’s celebrations of the Bernstein centenary, the best-loved numbers from West Side Story, Candide and On The Town are brought together in one indispensable collection. On The Town is conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas while Bernstein conducts Bernstein in West Side Story and Candide. Listen to Martha Argerich and Sergei Babayan playing a pre-release track from Prokofiev for Two March 9 - Set for international release on 23 March 2018, listen to track 2. Montagues And Capulets from 12 Movements From Romeo And Juliet, Op. 64, a transcription for 2 Pianos by Sergei Babayan Listen to a pre-release track from Bernstein's "Mass" March 9 - Set for international release on 16 March 2018, listen to track 2. Hymn and Psalm “A Simple Song" from Leonard Bernstein’s Mass, with Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra. Deutsche Grammophon announces new exclusive contract with Daniel Barenboim March 8, 2018 - Daniel Barenboim, one of the world’s greatest classical artists and a staunch champion of music’s civilising power, has signed a new and exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon. The partnership was announced on 8 March 2018, just days after the first anniversary of the Pierre Boulez Saal, Maestro Barenboim’s pioneering project devoted to the promotion of cultural exchange and dialogue. New Release: The Christa Ludwig Edition February 16 - Marking the 90th birthday of Christa Ludwig on 16 March 2018, Deutsche Grammophon presents a Limited 12-CD Edition celebrating her versatile and impressive mezzo soprano. Bruckner Symphony No. 4 / Wagner: Lohengrin - Prelude to Act 1 February 16 - Marking the groundbreaking continuation of Leipzig's Bruckner Cycle with Andris Nelsons and the Gewandhausorchester, Deutsche Grammophon releases Symphony No. 4, coinciding with the orchestra's 275th anniversary and the conductor's inauguration as the new Gewandhauskapellmeister. New Release: Maurizio Pollini - Préludes II February 16 - Maurizio Pollini celebrates Debussy's centenary year with Deutsche Grammophon album of Préludes II and En blanc et noir, the latter recorded in duo with his son, Daniele Pollini. In Memoriam Jóhann Jóhannsson February 10 - The team at Deutsche Grammophon are in deep mourning over the loss of our friend, Jóhann Jóhannsson. New Release: Daniel Hope - Journey to Mozart February 9 - In his album Journey to Mozart, violinist Daniel Hope draws on his own Mozartian memories and puts the Classical period in context as he explores music by Mozart and his contemporaries. New Release: Murray Perahia - Beethoven Piano Sonatas February 9 - After decades of thought and study, Murray Perahia makes first recording of "Hammerklavier" Sonata as part of compelling new Beethoven album that paris that with the "Moonlight" Sonata. New Release: Kian Soltani - Home February 9 - On his debut Deutsche Grammophone album, cellist Kian Soltani traces his musical roots in works by Schubert, Schumann and Iranian composer Reza Vali (b. 1952). Daniil Trifonov wins Grammy Award for Best Classical Instrumental Solo January 29 - "Congratulations to Daniil Trifonov on his first and truly well-deserved Grammy for „Transcendental“!" (Dr. Clemens Trautmann, President Deutsche Grammophon). See more... Happy Birthday, Mozart! January 27 - Join us as we celebrate the birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791). Play our Music Puzzle to hear an excerpt of Mozart's ‘Alla Turca’ (Arr. For Violin Solo And Chamber Orchestra By Olivier Fourés) as performed by Daniel Hope and the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, a track featured on Hope’s upcoming album, ‘Journey to Mozart’. Lisa Batiashvili explores Prokofiev January 26 - Watch a video of Lisa Batiashvili talking about Prokofiev and listen to Violin Concerto No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 63, 2. Andante assai and Romeo And Juliet, Op.64, Dance Of The Knights (Arr. For Solo Violin And Orchestra By Tamás Batiashvili), two tracks from her upcoming album 'Visions of Prokofiev'.