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Adam Walker - Vocalise (Opus Arte)

Adam Walker - Vocalise (Opus Arte)

Adam Walker (Flute); James Baillieu (Piano);

"Flautist Adam Walker is a stunning talent ... he plays with the artistry of a performer of maturer years." (The Guardian)

Ailish Tynan: Faure Mélodies (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Ailish Tynan: Faure Mélodies (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Ailish Tynan (Soprano); Iain Burnside (Piano);

"Tynan’s lyric soprano offers to these songs the perfect balance between rich warmth of tone and crystal purity. Tynan is a refined and intelligent artist, one of charm and spontaneity. Rarely can one trace anything other than a smile on Tynan’s features. This highly recommendable release is excellently recorded and presented with texts and translations." (Classical Source)

Ailyn Perez: Poème d'un jour (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Ailyn Perez: Poème d'un jour (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Ailyn Perez (Soprano); Iain Burnside (Piano);

"Pérez's Hahn and Fauré selections are subtly shaped, but the Massenet is on a different level of immediacy and character." (The Independent)

Angel Blue: Joy Alone (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Angel Blue: Joy Alone (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Angel Blue (Soprano); Iain Burnside (Piano);

"This album establishes both Angel Blue's exceptional competence and her confidence as a mature, assured singer. She tackles well-established material by such luminaries as Richard Strauss and Rachmaninov, as well as zarzuela arias by Pablo Luna and Ruperto Chapi, and gives a ravishing account of Gershwin's 'Summertime'. What versatility! She throws herself with enthusiasm into every piece, and this really is an outstanding debut disc, a visitng card that tells us a major new artist has arrived." (The Mail on Sunday ★★★★★)

Anthony Michaels-Moore: Songs of the Sea - Songs of Travel (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Anthony Michaels-Moore: Songs of the Sea - Songs of Travel (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Anthony Michaels-Moore (Baritone); Michael Pollock (Piano);

"In all these sea-faring songs Michaels-Moore's voice is richly unfurled. Stanford's settings are great fun, especially when sung and played as enthusiastically as here. As his songs do not receive the attention that they deserve, these selections fill a gap." (International Record Review)