Klarthe – 2019

The album “Modernism”, under the baton of the talented conductor Bastien Stil and featuring the brilliant violinist Sarah Nemtanu, takes you into the heart of Soviet music from 1917 to 1932 …
Listen to the emblematic 1st Symphony by Shostakovich in a remarkable performance of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine. Discover Liatochinski’s “Balade” Op.24 and finally the world’s first recording of Dimitri Tchesnokov’s Violin Concerto composed in 2015 in resonance of the great masters of the past.

David Hudry, Durchgang

Col Legno – 2018

David Hudry is a French composer who is interested in the exploration of dramaturgy using heterogeneous musical characters. Inspired by the graphic arts, especially by Klee and Kandinsky, his music articulates gures and gestures that create tension and lends a visual aspect to the sonic material. He attaches great importance to harmony and its ability to act directly on our senses and emotions; both rigorous and lled with a fully assumed lyricism, his music echoes his personality and shows an inner expressivity favouring con icts and breaks.

Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major Hob.VIIe:1


Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) was an Austrian composer. He is regarded as one of the key figures of Viennese Classicism alongside Mozart whom he met. He became a very influential composer and set genres such as the symphony or quartets. Following the development of the first keyed trumpet, Haydn wrote this Trumpet Concerto in 1796, which was the first piece of music dedicated to this instrument.

Soviet Trumpet concertos

Indésens – 2016

This album presents five of the Russian concertos composed during the Soviet era. The symphonic formations are very large. The trumpet is, perhaps, the reflection of the soul of men, alternately triumphant, or expression of a deep sadness, and a touching melancholy. A tribute album to the great trumpet player Timofei Dockchitzer.