Featured labels & artists

Major labels

Right-Click on name below to access company’s website

  • Harmonia Mundi (France) – Early music and Renaissance specialists, but also extensive classical and romantic era into the 20th century.
  • Chandos (UK) – across the board for classics, esp British composers, also large film music and popular genres
  • BIS (Sweden) – high quality classical and modern music, featuring Scandinavian composers and artists
  • ECM (Germany) – specialising in jazz and modern composers (think Keith Jarrett and Arvo Part) as well as world music. Many award-winning recordings
  • LSO Live (UK) – as the name suggests, live recordings by the London Symphony Orchestra, conductors include Bernard Haitink, Valery Gergiev
  • Gimmell (UK) – dedicated to the entire  Tallis Scholars’ Renaissance repertoire recordings
  • Telarc (US) – wide selection of classical, jazz, popular, musicals and featuring American orchestras / soloists
  • Hyperion (UK) – huge catalogue covering all classical repertoire
  • Haenssler (Germany) – featuring a wide range of classical, esp Germanic composers. Bach specialists
  • Regis (UK) + Brilliant Classics (Holland) – reissues of many great recordings from the likes of Phillips, EMI, etc. Treasure trove of best of the last 50 years’ classical recordings
  • Naive (France) – Baroque and early opera specialists, also extensive classical and romantic era into the 20th century.
  • Berlin Classics (Germany) – Featuring the cream of German orchestras and artists
  • Plus many boutique labels from Europe and around the world


  • Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
  • London Symphony Orchestra
  • BBC Philharmonic
  • Tallis Scholars
  • The Sixteen
  • Andras Schiff
  • Yevgeny Sudbin
  • Alfred Brendel
  • Keith Jarrett
  • Chick Corea
  • Stephen Hough
  • Marc Andre Hamelin
  • Borodin String Qt
  • Jerusalem Qt
  • James Ehnes
  • Bernada Fink
  • Sandrine Piau
  • Pavel Haas Qt
  • Halle Orchestra
  • Berlin Radio Symphony Orch
  • Academy for Alte Musik Berlin
  • Scottish National Orchestra
  • Concerto Italiano
  • Jean Efflam Bavouzet
  • Leipzig Gewanhaus Orchestra
  • Dresden Orchestra

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