NEW RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS
SEPTEMBER 2019

A heady cocktail of funk-pop and soul balladry, TBNH sees The Brand New Heavies writing a new chapter in what has been an illustrious journey whilst also marking a return to their spiritual home  Acid Jazz Records.

LIFE tackle the new wave of youth and working-class discontent with both style and savvy. Their debut album was among BBC Radio 1's best albums of 2016. A Picture Of Good Health features a bigger and more focused sound.

Legendary jazz musician Ahmad Jamal presents Ballades, an album that sees him returning to his roots in a transcendent journey. Ballades is a new masterpiece in this artist's long and distinguished career.

Artistic Director Anne Azéma leads The Boston Camerata in a program featuring 18th century songs of resistance and rebellion of the young American republic.

Hyperion is thrilled to welcome the exceptional Andrey Gugnin to the label. Winner of the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition, he offers a spectacular all-Shostakovich program built around the two piano sonatas. The recording aptly demonstrates Gugnin's electrifying pianism.

Following the success of his Mendelssohn cycle on LSO Live, Sir John Eliot Gardiner turns to the music of Schumann, launching an exploration of his symphonic works that begins with his Symphonies Nos. 2 & 4.

Jennifer Johnston is one of the world's most sought after and in demand mezzo sopranos. Her new album is a deeply personal and affectional musical love-letter to her native Liverpool.

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