Casa Discografica Stradivarius

Casa Discografica Stradivarius (or Stradivarius Records) is an Italian record label based in Milan which specialises in contemporary classical and early music. Founded in 1988, the label was originally run from a shop in Milan. It has collaborated with the Conservatorio di Milano to produce recordings.

More information (in Italian): stradivarius.it

 

A selection of articles about Casa Discografica Stradivarius

CD Spotlight. A Commanding Technique - Gerald Fenech listens to Patrick Dheur playing piano music by César Franck. 'A fine and fitting tribute to one of the most original composers ever to come out of Belgium ...'

CD Spotlight. A Fresh Rendering - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to solo violin sonatas by Eugène Ysaÿe, played by Anca Vasile Caraman. '... a gem which should be on the shelves of all those interested in the music of the early decades of the twentieth century ...'

CD Spotlight. The Sound Frontier - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to music for orchestra and electronics by Nicola Sani. '... of undoubted interest to all those who explore the new frontiers of sound.'

CD Spotlight. Lyrical Richness - Arensky Piano Trios, heard by Robert Anderson. 'The Rachmaninov Trio Moscow plays with obvious affection for the music and enviable skill.'

Ensemble. High Standards - Bill Newman listens to various artists at London's Wigmore Hall

CD Spotlight. The Gamba Problem - Music by J S Bach, heard by George Balcombe. '... a number of oddities ...'

Ensemble. Grandly Romantic - Vadim Gluzman on stage with the Boca Raton Symphonia, reviewed by Lawrence Budmen

CD Spotlight. Hope and Faith - J S Bach's Leipzig Chorales, reviewed by Patric Standford. '... the performances are exquisite.'

Ensemble. Purpose and insight - Malcolm Miller enjoys two outstanding débuts by German and Italian artists