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Discography By Conductor

Renée Fleming, Verismo
Marco 

Armiliato

Renée 

Fleming

Coro E Orchestra Sinfonica Di Milano Giuseppe Verdi

various

GRAMMY winner
2009
Plácido Domingo, tenor; Renée Fleming, soprano;  Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Barenboim, conductor
Daniel 

Barenboim

Plácido 

Domingo

Renée Fleming

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

various

Luciano 

Berio

 

London Symphony Orchestra

Andrea Lucchesini

Berio: Piano Concerto II (Echoing Curves)

Schubert-Berio: Rendering

Boccherini-Berio: Ritirata Notturna di Madrid

1998
Jesus Lopez 

Cobos

Anne Akiko 

Meyers

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Lalo Symphonie Espagnole

Bruch Scottish Fantasy

1992
Kenneth 

Dake

 

Marble Sanctuary Choir

various

2004
Alicia de Larrocha, Mozart Piano Concertos
Sir Colin 

Davis

Alicia 

de Larrocha

English Chamber Orchestra

Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23

Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 24

GRAMMY nomination
Sir Colin 

Davis

Alicia 

de Larrocha

London Symphony Orchestra

Schumann Piano Concerto

Gustavo 

Dudamel

 

Los Angeles Philharmonic

Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique

GRAMMY nomination
2008
Sian 

Edwards

Salvatore 

Licitra

Royal Opera House Orchestra

Katia and Marielle Labeque

“The Man Who Cried” Soundtrack - Di Quella Pira, E Lucevan Le Stelle, Je Crois Entendre Encore, Torna A Surriento

2001
JoAnn 

Falletta

 

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

Reger

Rachmaninoff

Berlioz

Schreker

2003
Valery 

Gergiev

Renée 

Fleming

Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theater

various

GRAMMY nomination
2006
New Impossibilities
Miguel 

Harth-Bedoya

Yo-Yo 

Ma

Silk Road Ensemble

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Wu Man

various

Miguel 

Harth-Bedoya

Yo-Yo 

Ma

Alan Gilbert

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Silk Road Ensemble

Wu Man

various

GRAMMY winner
Jun’ichi 

Hirokami

Barry 

Douglas

London Symphony Orchestra

Liszt Piano Concertos

Liszt - Hungarian Fantasy

2012
Dennis 

Keene

Hei-Kyung 

Hong

Voices of Acsension

various

2004
Oliver 

Knussen

Fred 

Sherry

Nicolas Hodges

BBC Symphony Orchestra

London Sinfonietta

Asko Ensemble

Eliot Carter – Dialogues

Eliot Carter – Boston Concerto

Eliot Carter – Cello Concerto

Eliot Carter – ASKO Concerto

GRAMMY nomination
Tim 

Koch

 

Southern Chorale

Isaacson - Aspects of a Great Miracle

Neil 

Levin

 

New York Cantorial Choir

Simon Spiro

Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Memorial Service for the Departed

Andrew 

Litton

Anne Akiko 

Meyers

Philharmonia Orchestra

Mendelssohn Violin Concerto

Dvořák Romance, Op. 11

Vaughan Williams “The Lark Ascending”

Massenet Meditation from Thaïs

1993
Steven 

Mercurio

Kate 

Winslet

Graham Greene

Jerry Douglas

Orchestra of St. Luke’s

Patrick Doyle

Wynton Marsalis

Edgar Meyer

various

GRAMMY winner
1999
Riccardo 

Muti

 

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Verdi Requiem

GRAMMY winner
2010
André 

Previn

Alicia 

de Larrocha

Orchestra of St. Luke’s

André Previn

Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos, K. 365

Sonata for Two Pianos, K. 448

Carlos Miguel 

Prieto

Philippe 

Quint

Orquesta Sinfonica de Mineria

Korngold Violin Concerto

Korngold Schauspiel Overture, Op. 4

Korngold Much Ado about Nothing Suite, Op. 11

GRAMMY nomination
2007
Carlo 

Rizzi

Marcelo 

Álvarez

Welsh National Opera Orchestra

Welsh National Opera Chorus

Arias by Verdi, Donizetti and Bellini

1998
Gerard 

Schwartz

Jim 

Dale

Seattle Symphony Orchestra

Samuel Jones: “The Shoe Bird”

GRAMMY nomination
2008
Stanislaw 

Skrowaczewski

Barry 

Douglas

London Symphony Orchestra

Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1

1988
Leonard 

Slatkin

Alicia 

de Larrocha

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Ravel Piano Concerto in G major

Ravel Concerto for the Left Hand

Leonard  

Slatkin

 

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Shostakovich Symphony No. 8

GRAMMY nomination
1989
Leonard 

Slatkin

 

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Schubert Symphony No. 9

1990
Leonard 

Slatkin

 

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5

Tchaikovsky "The Tempest"

1990
Michael 

Stern

 

Kansas City Symphony

Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra

Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia

Sinfonia da Requiem

GRAMMY winner
2010
Christian  

Thielemann

Renée 

Fleming

Munich Philharmonic

Strauss “Four Last Songs”

2008
Günter 

Wand

 

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Brahms: Symphony No 1

1990