CONGRATULATIONS to Danish National Vocal Ensemble, Danish National Concert Choir, Danish National Chamber Orchestra conducted by Marcus Creed and producer Preben Iwan,- and everyone involved in the production of " L´amour et la foi" - Vocal Music by Olivier Messiaen, for winning Danish Music Award (P2-Prisen) for Best Danish Release 2016.
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German & French Recorder Concertos released worldwide today.
May 13, 2016
The 4th installment in Michala Petri`s un-going series with contemporary recorder concertos from different countries "German & French Recorder Concertos" just released today worldwide. The CD include 3 worldpremieres by Markus Zahnhausen, Fabrice Bollon and Günther Kochan.
Danish & Faroese Recorder Concertos recieves 2 FMA 2016
Danish & Faroese Recorder Concertos receives 2 FMA (Faroese Music Award) for "Best CD" and "Best Composition" to Sunleif Rasmussen`s "Territorial Songs". Congratulations to all involved.
Dansih & Faroese Recorder Concertos CD of the week in Klassik Heute, Germany
Michala Petris Aufnahmeserie mit zeitgenössischen Konzerten für Blockflöte und Orchester gehört zu den wichtigsten und ambitioniertesten Projekten in der Geschichte des Instruments.
Danish Music Award P2-Prize for "L`amour et la foi"
29 January 2016
ICMA 2016 for "La Follia"!
20 January 2016
Today it was announched that OUR Recordings release "La Follia" with Michala Petri and Mahan Esfahani is winner of the prestigious International Classic Music Award,ICMA 2016, for best Baroque Instrumental. Other winners are: Sir Simon Rattle, Jordi Savall, Andras Schiff, Riccardo Chailly, Krysztof Penderecki and Dmitrij Kitajenko.
"L´amour et la foi" nominated for Danish Music Award P2 Prisen
12. January 2016
OUR Recordings release "L´amour et la foi" with Choir Music by Olivier Messiaen is nominated for the Danish Music Award "P2 Prisen" in the category " Best Danish Release". In November 2015 the release received the French "Grammy" - "Diapason d`Or de l´année" in Paris. The Live Broadcast at Danish Radio will take place January the 28th from the concert hall at The Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen
New Live Video launched today
06 January 2016
Today a new Live Video with the whole program from the CD "Let The Angels Sing" was launched. The concert took place in Garnisonskirken in Copenhagen December 11th 2015.
"Let The Angels Sing" CD of The Week in Danish National Radio
21 December 2015
This week "Let The Angels Sing" is CD of the Week on Danish National Radio Classical Program P2
Sunday Times review of Let The Angels Sing.
14 December 2015
Of the countless Christmas Carols compilations coming out at Christmas, this is a considerable standout. Economy of choral texture and a restlessly chirping, crystal-clear recorder line ensure that familiar songs sound new (the arrangements are Bojesen`s) and penetrate the heart afresh. Petri`s descants add to the pure pleasure principle of the carols themselves a constant grace of gratultous delight – gratultous, but soon seeming indispensable. Favourite numbers are the Czech Zither Carol(Haunting!) and Rocking, the German In Dulci Jubilo, the English Coventry Carol and It Came upon the Midnight Clear. Paul Driver, Sunday Times
"L´amour et la foi" receives the French "Grammy" Diapason d'Or de l´année
OUR Recordings release L´amour et la foi with Olivier Messiaens Choir Music, with Marcus Creed conducting Danish National Vocal Ensemble, Danish National Concert Choir and Danish National Chamber Orchestra get the prize in category Best Choral performance. The show is on Radio France direct November the 26th at 19:30 : ” You don’t forget this music once you’ve heard it. And fortunately Marcus Creed and his Danish singers and players–along with pianist Marianna Shirinyan and ondes Martenot soloist Thomas Bloch (in the Three Liturgies)–are more than just able advocates for Messiaen’s music: they are musicians of exceptional ability and admirable commitment, who leave no doubt that we are hearing performances that will stand alongside or above any in the catalog"! David Vernier, Classical Today