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ALEXANDER C. MACKENZIE Complete works for piano solo

One of Sheva Collection’s big success stories has been CHRISTOPHER HOWELL’s championing of the music of Sir Charles Villiers Stanford. As a logical continuation, Christopher Howell now turns his attention to Stanford’s Scottish contemporary, Sir Alexander Campbell Mackenzie (1847-1935). The three CDs covering his complete works for solo piano will be released over the next few months.


Praised by the Calgary Herald as "lively, ebullient, and spikily accentuated performance...", pianist Yerin Kim is an avid chamber musician and recitalist. She has given concerts in various festivals and recitals in major venues internationally, including The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., Carnegie Hall in New York, Place Flagey in Brussels and the Rolston Hall at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada.

FRANZ LISZT presents voll. 2 Giuseppe Bruno, piano

This is the second volume that the Italian pianist Giuseppe Bruno dedicates to Liszt’s transcriptions, in this case specifically of Beethoven’s music.

The debut of Wu Dan and Tianshu Wan on Sheva

The Richard Strauss Violin Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 18 is famous for its difficult piano score. Written between 1887 and 1888, while the composer fell in love with the beautiful soprano Pauline de Ahna, who later became his wife. The passionate feelings are heard through the lyrical beauty throughout the piece.

NORIKO YAKUSHIJI Mnémosyne, Vocalices and 5 sighs

Mnemosyne is the Greek goddess of memory. When I was about three years old, I remember marching through the room behind my older sister, playing a makeshift drum made of chopsticks and a bowl, all the while singing without words. This is my earliest musical memory.

GARY HIGGINSON, Scenes and Messages

GARY HIGGINSON Gary Higginson was born in West Bromwich which, although then semi-rural, also forms part of the industrial Black Country. His first musical experience, listening to his father’s constant singing at home, led him to joining the local church choir at the age of seven, the next year beginning piano lessons with the choirmaster. The constant presence of the church and its music has been a strong influence on him ever since and led to singing in an early performance of Britten’s War Requiem.

ELIZABETH SHARMA debuts on Sheva

Elizabeth Sharma has already played in major concert halls in Europe, including Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre, Viennese Hall at the Mozarteum Foundation, and participated in various musical festivals, such as Beethovenfest Bonn, Mozarteum International Academy, MOZclassic Benifizakademie, Malta International Piano Festival, ClaviCologne NRW International Piano Festival, Mallorca Music Academy, Rachmaninov Society concert series in Catania, Italy, as a soloist and a chamber musician


Also a real coup to be in that famous paper as he only reviews one CD a week.


SHEVA ENCORE is a new label project in which we present compilations of best seller from Sheva Collection catalogue. We launch into two celebrate pianists: Denis Plutalov and Marco Albrizio.

ROBIN HOLLOWAY - Chamber music

“As a young composer I wanted to be a Modern among the Moderns. Now I don’t want to shock anyone - I want to please, to stir, to delight, to move and to invigorate.”


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