Mahan Esfahani’s DG album named Sinfini Solo Instrumental Recording of 2015

02 December 2015

Mahan Esfahani‘s Deutsche Grammophon album ‘Time Present and Time Past’ has been named Best Solo Instrumental Recording of the year by Sinfini Music.  In a list of the top ten classical music recordings of 2015, Mahan’s album was selected for “the astonishing ambition of this project [which] is equalled by its technical execution”.  Reviewing the album for Sinfini at the time of release, Jessica Duchen commented: “At this rate he’ll simply leave others standing – or, perhaps, combing through the embers”.

Coupled with Mahan’s great success, the Dunedin Consort’s “sensational” recording of Bach’s Magnificat, which features Rayfield Allied bass-baritone Matthew Brook, has been named Best Choral Recording of the year - a remarkable achievement for both the ensemble and for Matthew.

To view the full list of albums and to read the reviews please click here.

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