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Fauré Requiem

September 2014

Requiem Gabriel Fauré (1889 version)
Messe Basse Gabriel Faure
Cantique de Jean Racine Gabriel Faure

Tom Pickard
Stephen Cleobury
King's College Choir
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment


Mozart: Requiem in D minor

May 2014

Genia Kühmeier, Bernarda Fink, Mark Padmore, Gerald Finley
Mariss Jansons - Conductor
Netherlands Radio Choir
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

RCO Live
Shostakovich: Songs for Bass Voice and Orchestra

April 2014

Thomas Sanderling - Conductor
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra

Ondine Records
Schubert: Winterreise

March 2014

Julius Drake - piano

"This new recording of Winterreise with Gerald Finley is a profound marriage of music and words that you'll want to own" - CBC Radio 2, Feb 2014

Hyperion Records
Dallapiccola: Il prigioniero

December 2013

Conductor: Alan Gilbert
New York Philharmonic

New York Philharmonic on itunes


Richard Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

November 2013

Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
London Philharmonic Orchestra

"…Finley's singing has never been more beautiful…an unforgettable performance" - Scotsman

Glyndebourne Festival Opera


Händel/Mozart/Mosel: Timotheus oder die Gewalt der Musik

May 2013

Conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Concentus Musicus Wien
Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien
Soprano: Roberta Invernizzi
Tenor: Werner Güra
Bass: Gerald Finley

Gramophone Magazine - CD of the month - Sept 2013

Sony Classical
Robert Schumann: Liederkreis

October 2012

Julius Drake - piano

"a beautiful pendant to Finley and Drake's 2008 album of Dichterliebe" - Opera News, May 2013

Hyperion Records


Gioacchino Rossini: Guglielmo Tell

July 2011

Orchestra e Coro dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia

Antonio Pappano - Conductor

Classic FM Magazine 5 stars - Sept 2011

EMI Classics

Reviews

The Telegraph, July 2011
The Independent, July 2011
The Ballad Singer

June 2011

Julius Drake - piano

Hyperion Records





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Giuseppe Verdi: Otello

October 2010

Simon O'Neill - Otello
Gerald Finley - Jago
Allan Clayton - Cassio
Ben Johnson - Roderigo
Alexander Tsymbalyuk - Lodovicio
Matthew Rose - Montano
Lukas Jakobski - A Herald
Anne Schwanewilms - Desdemona
Eufemia Tufano - Emilia
London Symphony Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra

Sir Colin Davis - conductor

LSO Live


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Benjamin Britten: Songs & Proverbs of William Blake

June 2010

Julius Drake - piano

Gramophone Award Solo Vocal 2011
ClassicsToday.com - 10 out of 10
Sunday Times CD of the Week - 13 June, 2010
Financial Times 5 star - 19 June, 2010

Hyperion Records

Reviews

Fanfare magazine , October 2010


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Gerald Finley Arias (Great Operatic Arias Vol.22)

February 2010

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Edward Gardner - conductor

2011 Juno Award Winner
Gramophone Magazine April 2010 - Editor's Choice
Opera Magazine May 2010 - Editor's Choice

Opera Arias podcast interview

Chandos Records
Naxos USA

Reviews

5 stars Financial Times, February 2010


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Edward Elgar: The Crown of India

November 2009

Sir Andrew Davis - conductor

Chandos Records


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Within a Dream

October 2009

Richard Hickox - conductor

Chandos Records


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Maurice Ravel: Songs by Ravel

June 2009

Julius Drake - piano

BBC Music Magazine July 2009 - 5 stars
Sunday Times CD of the Week - 28 June, 2009
Gramophone Magazine Aug 2009 - Editor's Choice

Hyperion Records


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Henry Purcell: Dido & Aeneas

January 2009

Sarah Connolly - Dido
Gerald Finley - Aeneas
Lucy Crowe - Belinda
Patricia Bardon - Sorceress
John Mark Ainsley - Sailor
Orchestra and choir of the Age of Enlightenment

Classic FM Magazine Feb 2009 - CD of the Month
Gramophone Magazine Feb 2009 - Editor's Choice (opera)

Chandos Records


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Robert Schumann: Dichterliebe and other Heine Settings

September 2008

Julius Drake - piano

Gramophone issue November 2008 - Editor's Choice
Classic FM Magazine issue October 2008 - 5 stars
Classic FM Gramophone Award - Best Vocal CD 2009

Hyperion Records


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Wigmore Live: Songs by Tchaikovsky, Musorgsky and Rorem

October 2008

Julius Drake - piano

BBC Music Magazine Awards 2009 Vocal category nominee
Daily Telegraph Classical CD's of the week choice - Oct 30, 2008
Classic FM Magazine issue Jan 2009 - 5 stars

Wigmore Live


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Charles Ives: Romanzo di Central Park

February 2008

Julius Drake - piano

Classic FM Gramophone Awards 2008 Song category nominee
The Times and BBC Music Magazine - 5 stars

Hyperion Records


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Mark-Anthony Turnage: The Torn Fields

February 2008

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Marin Alsop - conductor

LPO Recordings


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John Foulds: A World Requiem

January 2008

Jeanne-Michelle Charbonnet - soprano
Catherine Wyn-Rogers - mezzo-soprano
Stuart Skelton - tenor
BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Crouch End Festival Chorus
Philharmonia Chorus
Trinity Boys Choir

Conductor - Leon Botstein

Chandos Records


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Johann Sebastian Bach: Christmas Oratorio

November 2007

Christine Schäfer - soprano
Bernarda Fink - mezzo-soprano
Werner Güra - tenor
Christian Gerhaher - bass
Concentus Musicus Wien
Arnold Schoenberg Choir

Nikolaus Harnoncourt - conductor

Gramophone issue December 2007 - CD of the month

Harmonia Mundi


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Samuel Barber: Songs by Samuel Barber

November 2007

Julius Drake - piano
Aronowitz Ensemble

Classic FM Gramophone Awards 2008 Song category winner
Canadian Juno Awards 2008 'Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance' category nominee

Hyperion Records


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Schubert among friends

August 2007

Gillian Keith - soprano
Colin Ainsworth - tenor
Michael Schade - tenor

Stephen Ralls & Bruce Ubukata - pianos

Canadian Juno Awards 2008'Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance' category nominee

Aldeburgh Connection

Marquis Classics


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Ralph Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony

January 2007

Susan Gritton - soprano
London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

Richard Hickox - conductor

Chandos Records


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Charles Villiers Stanford: Songs of the Sea and Songs of the Fleet

May 2006

BBC National Orchestra of Wales
BBC National Chorus of Wales

Richard Hickox - conductor

Classic FM Gramophone Awards 2006 Editor's Choice winner

Chandos Records


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Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No 9

September 2006

Twyla Robinson - soprano
Karen Cargill - mezzo-soprano
John MacMaster - tenor
London Symphony Orchestra

Bernard Haitink - conductor

LSO Live Recordings


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Benjamin Britten: War Requiem

May 2006

Christine Brewer - soprano
Anthony Dean Griffey - tenor
London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir

Kurt Masur - conductor

LPO Recordings


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Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantatas No. 19

April 2006

Joanne Lunn - soprano
Katharine Fuge - mezzo-soprano
et al.
English Baroque Soloists

John Eliot Gardiner - conductor

Soli Deo Gloria


Order
Mark-Anthony Turnage: When I Woke

October 2005

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Vladimir Jurowski - conductor

LPO Recordings


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Charles Ives: A Song - For Anything

August 2005

Julius Drake - piano

Financial Times - Best Classical CD of the Year 2005 choice
Fanfare Best of 2006 choice

Hyperion Records


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Richard Blackford: Voices of Exile

October 2005

Catherine Wyn-Rogers - mezzo-soprano
Gregory Kunde - tenor
Philharmonia Orchestra
The Bach Choir

David Hill - conductor

Quartz Records


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George Frideric Handel: Messiah

November 2005

Christine Schäfer - soprano
Anna Larsson - mezzo-soprano
Michael Schade - tenor
Concentus Musicus Wien
Arnold Schoenberg Choir

Nikolaus Harnoncourt - conductor

Harmonia Mundi


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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem

June 2004

Christine Schäfer - soprano
Bernarda Fink - mezzo-soprano
Kurt Streit - tenor
Concentus Musicus Wien
Arnold Schoenberg Choir

Nikolaus Harnoncourt - conductor

Harmonia Mundi


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Mark-Anthony Turnage: The Silver Tassie

March 2004

Harry Heegan – Gerald Finley
Sylvester – John Graham-Hall
Mrs Heegan - Anne Howells
Susie - Sarah Connolly
Mrs Foran - Vivian Tierney
Teddy - David Kempster
Barney – Leslie John Flanagan
Jessie – Mary Hegarty
Dr Maxwell – Mark Le Brocq
The Croucher – Gwynne Howell
Chorus and Orchestra of English National Opera

Paul Daniel - conductor

ENO Alive


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Franz Joseph Haydn: 6 Great Masses

January 2004

Sally Bruce-Payne - soprano
Donna Brown - mezzo-soprano
Peter Butterfield - tenor
English Baroque Soloists
Monteverdi Choir

John Eliot Gardiner - conductor

Philips


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Franz Joseph Haydn: Nelsonmesse; Theresienmesse

October 2002

Sally Bruce-Payne - soprano
Donna Brown - mezzo-soprano
Peter Butterfield - tenor
English Baroque Soloists
Monteverdi Choir

John Eliot Gardiner - conductor

Philips


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Henri Duparc: L'Invitation au voyage

June 2002

Catherine Robbin - mezzo soprano
Stephen Ralls - piano

CBC Records


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Henry Purcell: Dido & Aeneas

February 2001

Dido - Lynne Dawson
Aeneas - Gerald Finley
Belinda - Rosemary Joshua
First Witch - Dominique Visse
Second Witch - Stephen Wallace
Second Woman - Maria Cristina Kiehr
The Sorceress - Susan Bickley
Spirit - Robin Blaze

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

René Jacobs - conductor

Harmonia Mundi


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George Frideric Handel: Rinaldo

October 2000

Goffredo - Bernarda Fink
Rinaldo - David Daniels
Almirena - Cecilia Bartoli
Argante - Gerald Finley
Armida - Luba Orgonasova
Chrsitian sorcerer - Bejun Mehta
Eustazio - Daniel Taylor
A herald - Mark Padmore

Academy of Ancient Music

Christopher Hogwood - conductor

Classic FM Gramophone Awards 2001 Editor's Choice winner

Decca


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Franz Joseph Haydn: Schöpfungsmesse

June 2000

Christiane Oelze -soprano
Elisabeth von Magnus - mezzo-soprano
Herbert Lippert - tenor
Concentus Musicus Wien
Arnold Schoenberg Choir

Conductor - Nikolaus Harnoncourt

Teldec


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Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Pilgrim's Progress

October 1999

The Royal Opera

Richard Hickox - conductor

Chandos Records


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Ralph Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel

November 1996

Stephen Ralls - piano

Further repertoire includes:
Derek Holman - The Centered Passion
Benjamin Britten - British and Irish Folksong arrangements

Canadian Juno Awards 1997 winner

CBC Records


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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Cosi fan tutte

November 1996

Fiordiligi: Hillevi Martinpelto
Dorabella: Alison Hagley
Despina: Ann Murray
Ferrando: Kurt Streit
Guglielmo: Gerald Finley
Don Alfonso: Thomas Allen
Choir and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Simon Rattle - conductor

BBC Music Magazine - 5 stars

EMI Classics