Sono Luminus

Sono Luminus is an American classical music record label, created in 1995 and based in Boyce, Virginia. It specialises in high resolution recordings in various formats including DXD and DSD. It was the first American record label to release projects using the Pure Audio Blu-Ray format.

The label was founded by Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner, who had previously created the American networking company Cisco.  The label purchased the early music specialist label Dorian Recordings in 2005, adding folk music, Latin American recordings and early music to its catalogue of recordings.

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A selection of articles about Sono Luminus

Classical music news - Weight in the Fingertips - Ukrainian-American pianist Inna Faliks' recent book tells the story of her upbringing in a Soviet state and her path to becoming a concert pianist

Classical music news - Occurrence, Concurrence and Recurrence - A recent CD from the Iceland Symphony Orchestra has been published and recorded by Sono Luminus

Classical music news - Fermi's Paradox - Sono Luminus releases a new recording by Carolyn Surrick and Ronn McFarlane