Artists from Naxos of America Family of Distributed Labels Honored with 17 Nominations for the 52nd Grammy Awards

Bernstein’s MASS performed by Marin Alsop and the Baltimore SO & Ravel’s L’Enfant Et Les Sortilèges performed by Alastair Willis and the Nashville SO, both Naxos recordings, earn nominations for Best Classical Album Two Naxos recordings received Best Classical Album … Read More →

Easter season brings release of Penderecki’s Utrenja

Krzysztof Penderecki’s Utrenja, inspired by the Orthodox liturgy of Holy Saturday, depicts the lamentations of Christ’s death and the Easter Sunday service commemorating the Resurrection. The work is scored for three male voices (tenor, bass and basso profondo, which correspond, … Read More →


Podcast: An Introduction to Karol Szymanowski

Karol Szymanowski is one of many composers who should be better known and more often played than they are. This podcast introduces the man, and three of his works for the theatre. Album details… Catalogue No.: Naxos 8.570723   Podcast: … Read More →

Artists from Naxos of America Family of Distributed Labels Honored with 15 GRAMMY Award Nominations

The Recording Academy® honored artists from labels Naxos, Chandos, EuroArts, CPO, Naïve classique and Artek-with a combined 15 nominations across 11 categories this year, thus capturing 23% of the available classical category nominations. The 51st Annual Grammy® Awards will be … Read More →

Naxos Distributes Idil Biret Archive Recordings

“To have the freedom to decide what kind of repertory to record is a most exhilarating feeling a musician can experience. The establishment of the Idil Biret Archive label with worldwide distribution by Naxos is simply the realization of a … Read More →