Based in London and launched in the Spring of 2011 by co-directors Adam Binks and Jonathan Manners, Resonus Classics is the world’s first solely digital classical label, which offers high quality classical recordings exclusively through electronic media.
Releasing at least ten recordings a year, the artist-led label boasts a roster of established, acclaimed artists together with more emerging talent and focuses on a wide range of repertoire and genres covering several hundred years of classical music.
The label focuses on high-end artists and appealing, challenging repertoire that aims to satisfy the hardened collector as well as those just beginning their interest in classical music.
Among the early releases will be premiere recordings of works by a broad range of composers including Felix Mendelssohn (the original 1825 version of the Octet Op.20, performed by the Eroica Quartet and friends) and Judith Bingham (a selection of chamber works, performed by Chamber Domaine with acclaimed soprano Yeree Suh). Other plans include a disc of lesser-known organ works by Charles Villiers Stanford performed at Queens’ College, Cambridge by the young organist Tom Winpenny and sixteenth-century French choral works by the vocal quartet The 1607 Ensemble.
A label built for the 21st century.
Gaudent in coelis: Choral Music by Sally Beamish, Judith Bingham & Joanna Marsh
Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vespers (All-Night Vigil), Op. 37
Ave Maria: Music for Upper Voices
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: Six Sonates, Op. 51
W.A. Mozart: Piano Duets, Volume 1
Ravel & Saint-Saëns: Piano Trios
Gabriel Fauré: Requiem, Op. 48
To Bethlehem: Carols & Motets for Christmas
A Wells Christmas
Music for a Prussian Salon: Franz Tausch in Context
The Celebrated Distin Family: Music for Saxhorn Ensemble
Rameau: Pièces de Clavecin, Volume 2
Tartini & Veracini: Italian Violin Sonatas
Métamorphoses: Haydn, Ligeti & Brahms
Beethoven (arr. Czerny)