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Celebrate Beethoven – Sale.

Ludwig van Beethoven was born 250 years ago. During the 57 years that followed, he wrote an astounding amount of astounding music. At the start of this year we offer you a 15% discount on every Beethoven album we have in our Catalogue. You will find the 19 recordings in the ‘browse albums’ button below.

coupon code: BEETHOVEN15
discount: 15 percent
valid on: CDs, SACDs, Downloads
expires: February 15th

Happy Listening!!!
Team Channel Classics

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Iván Fischer’s copy of Mahler 7

Channel Classics founder and engineer Jared Sacks gives conductor Ivan Fischer his first copy of the upcoming release Mahler: Symphony No. 7.

This was last week after an incredibly magical concert at Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam with Fischer’s Budapest Festival Orchestra 💿💐 Mahler 7 is available here now on our site, prior to the official March 29 release date. Find the SACD & Downloads (PCM & DSD) here:

Mahler – Symphony No. 7 (album page)

Tip: Watch the documentary about the recording!! It is also available on the album page.

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4+5 stars in BBC | Ning Feng

BBC Music Magazine just published a review of the recent release of Ning Feng – Elgar & Finzi Violin Concertos, with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Carlos Miguel Prieto, conductor. It seems the reviewer Terry Blain liked what he heard!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Performance
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Recording

“Ning Feng is a technically immaculate player (…) Feng is a poet too”

“pin-point accurate and tingles with focused intensity”

“All said, though, his deeply considered account of Elgar’s Concerto is the real reason for buying this disc. Not a bar of it is uninvolving, and the recorded sound is excellent.”

  • Terry Blain, BBC Music Magazine

Visit the ALBUM PAGE for information, the video, more reviews, and of course the CD and Downloads.

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Brutus Award 2018

We are proud to announce that Channel Classics Records has just received a Brutus Award 2018! Positive Feedback Editor-in-Chief Dr. David W. Robinson writes:

“these awards represent the best that I’ve heard in my own listening room during the course of last year. Only the most impressive products receive this recognition from me.”

Find More Information at

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Out Now – Worldwide!

Harpsichordist Marcin Świątkiewicz presents his debut solo album on Channel Classics: J.S.Bach – Harpsichord Concertos 1-3 with violinists Zefira Valova and Anna Nowak-Pokrzywińska, viola player Dymitr Olszewski and cellist Tomasz Pokrzywinski.

De Gelderlander: “sparkling like never before”

Polityka: “full of brilliance and positive energy”

Opus Klassiek:  “exactly what these lively concertos need”

> Visit The Album Page

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The first-ever Channel Classics LP is Available Now

The Limited Edition LP of Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque’s Vivaldi: Le Quattro Stagioni is available now! ?

As many of the Channel Classics supporters and fans may expect: if we were to go vinyl (this is our very first!), Jared Sacks would make sure it was done right. Specifications: 180 grams | 12 inch. Master cutting by Pauler Acoustics (Germany) and the replicating of 1.000 Limited Edition copies at Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH (Germany). Our Distributors will be releasing the Vinyl edition worldwide over the next 1-2 months. Right now it is exclusively available here at

We have created 3 different prices, depending on where you live. Because LPs have to be sent as parcels (not envelopes like we use for CDs).

Vinyl & Baroque lovers, enjoy!

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Coming Soon!

Today we sent out the Press copies and notifications of this upcoming release, it is only a matter of time until it is available here on our website and in the physical & digital stores around the world ?

Marcin Swiatkiewicz 
Bach: Harpsichord Concertos I, II, III [BWV 1052-1054]


In Stores Worldwide on September 7th, 2018

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BBC Radio 3 & The Guardian

Press in the UK are fan of Iván Fischer’s new Release!

BBC Radio 3: Disc of the week
Andrew McGregor says: “True to form this is a characterful, colourful account. Mendelssohn’s fairies have their wings in the air as they should but a few of them have their feet on the ground. There’s a rustic edge to the music making which I find very attractive.”

The Guardian: Surely a disc of the year
Nicholas Kenyon writes: “Transparent fairy wind chords, scuttling high strings, braying portamentos and then the edging in of the final wistful string melody – all are incomparably lovely. (…) Surely a disc of the year.”