Sleeveless Records is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with the great British pianist, Julian Jacobson : A 3-year recording project encompassing the complete cycle of Beethoven’s 32 Piano Sonatas and complete Bagatelles. The distinguished concert pianist is Chairman of the Beethoven Society of Europe, professor of Piano at the Royal College of Music and Birmingham Conservatoire and is demand worldwide as soloist, chamber musician and pedagogue. We are thrilled to have the opportunity of releasing this most exciting and authoratitve new collection of recordings in the coming months.
Following his cycle of the Complete solo piano works of Frederick Chopin at St John Smith Square in 2016, (described by the british press as ‘an epic achievement’), concert pianist Warren Mailley-Smith is currently recording the entire body of Chopin’s piano music for Sleeveless Records. This project is due for completion in 2020. The complete Waltzes and Nocturnes and a selection of Impromptus, Scherzos, Mazurkas and miscellaneous works have so far been recorded. The first titles are to be released shortly…
Sleeveless records is excited to announce the debut recording of british soprano Susan Parkes. More details to follow but release is due in the spring of 2019 and promises to be hugely exciting!
Sleeveless records is proud to announce the imminent release of guitarist Andrew Scott’s latest recording : Andrew Scott plays Laurindo Almeida. A set of ravishing arrangements of popular songs, by the legendary guitarist, Andrew Scott delivers an immaculate set of performances. For release in Autumn 2019
Sleeveless Records proudly announce the release of A Carey Blyton Shoal of Fishes. This colourful disc features the hugely versatile Chameleon Arts Wind Quintet, the outstanding young harpist Harriet Adie and brilliant vibraphone playing of Derek Foster. The title work, A Shoal of Fishes, is further complimented by narration from Ian Partridge.
This disc features a number of first recordings of works by this well-loved and important 20th century composer, which sit delightfully alongside each other, linked through their scaly subject matter!
A Shoal of Fishes op 88
A Catch for Wind Instruments op 49
Five Diversions op 1b for wind quintet
Carp in the Rain for vibraphone
The Indian Coffee House Tango Op 92
A Little Trio for Wind Instruments Op18b: Fanfare