Serebrier Symphony No 1, Double Bass Concerto, Violin Concerto

Podcast: Jose Serebrier’s Symphony No. 1

Jose Serebrier was 16 years old when he wrote his Symphony No. 1, and although he is better known as a conductor, he has been an active composer for more than five decades. This podcast, and this CD, trace his … Read More →

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 →

KORNGOLD Violin Concerto

Podcast: Child Prodigy Erich Wolfgang Korngold [Extra]

Erich Korngold was described as a genius at the age of 9, went on to become one of the finest young composers in Vienna, then had to leave Europe. He ended up in Hollywood, and became one of the finest … Read More →

Philippe Quint plays Korngold’s Violin Concerto

On June 30, 2009, Naxos releases a new performance of Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s 1945 Violin Concerto performed by Grammy®-nominated violinist Philippe Quint. Featuring Mexico’s Orquestra Sinfónica de Mineria and conducted by Maestro Carlos Miguel de Prieto, the recording also includes … Read More →


Podcast: Bériot Violin Concertos

Charles-Auguste Bériot was one of the great violinists of the 19th century. He was a great performer and composer, and he was also a renowned teacher who helped create the Franco-Belgian school of violin playing. This podcast looks at his … Read More →