Niels Viggo Bentzon
Bentzon's his five known wind quintets – captivating in their own way, stoked by his distinctive, virtuosic language and great ingenuity.
Horneman adds new lustre to the old fairy tale about Aladdin, taken from the Arabian One Thousand and One Nights
From static elements to irresistible unpredictability. Kasper Rofelt finds new ways in his chamber music.
Anna Katrin Øssursdóttir Egilstrøð, Allan Gravgaard Madsen
Egilstrøð and Madsen's alluring symphonic song cycle about the Faroese 18th century femme fatale, Beinta. From light to dark or benevolent to threatening
The sequel to Bodendorff's highly acclaimed first album featuring Kuhlau's piano music
Three momentous concertos by one of the great polymaths of the Nordic musical world, Ole Schmidt.
Hans Abrahamsen's Schnee is a gorgeous marvel which encapsulates winter and already a classic of the twenty-first century,
Rosing-Schow with new material that shows his special characteristics: a calligraphic, aerated clarity and sense of functionalism in which no note, timbre or colour is wasted.