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NEWS
December 1, 2010, Pacifica, CA

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A Hybrid SACD release from Reference Recordings receives a Grammy ® Award nomination.
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RR-120SACD ~ BRITTEN'S ORCHESTRA
Kansas City Symphony
Michael Stern, conducting
Nominated in
Category 94. Best Surround Sound Album. For vocal or instrumental albums. Albums only.
Producer David Frost has also been Nominated in
Category 96. Producer Of The Year, Classical

The Grammy® Awards will be anounced February 13, 2011


NEWS
December 2, 2010, Winchester, VA

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Four Dorian / Sono-Luminus CDs have been nominated for Grammy® Awards.
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DSL-90911 ~ QUINCY PORTER: COMPLETE VIOLA WORKS
Leslie Ann Jones, Kory Kruckenberg & David Sabee, engineers
(Eliesha Nelson & John McLaughlin Williams)
Nominated in
Category   95. Best Engineered Album, Classical
Category 101. Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with Orchestra)
Category 103. Best Chamber Music Performance

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DSL-92115 ~ MARC' ANTONIO E CLEOPATRA
Matthew Dirst, conductor; Jamie Barton & Ava Pine
Keith Weber, producer (Ars Lyrica Houston)
Nominated in
Category 99. Best Opera Recording

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DSL-92106 ~ 20th CENTURY HARP SONATAS
Sarah Schuster Ericsson
Nominated in
Category 102. Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (without Orchestra)



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DSL-92116 ~ R GNATTALI: SOLO & CHAMBER WORKS FOR GUITAR
Marc Regnier (Tacy Edwards, Natalia Khoma & Marco Sartor)
Nominated in
Category 103. Best Chamber Music Performance


The Grammy® Awards will be anounced February 13, 2011

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Producers Marina A. Ledin & Victor Ledin have been nominated for a Grammy® Award in Category 96. Producer Of The Year, Classical.

Six of the CDs listed for Ledin & Ledin were released by Dorian / Sono-Luminus.

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DSL-92101 • Dave Brubeck: Songs Of Praise
(Lynne Morrow, Richard Grant, Quartet San Francisco & The Pacific Mozart Ensemble)
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DSL-92102 • Cascade Of Roses: A Piano Bouquet
(Janice Weber)

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DSL-92116 • Radames Gnattali: Solo and Chamber Works for Guitar
(Marc Regnier)
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DSL-92103 • If I Were a Bird: A Piano Aviary
(Michael Lewin)

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DSL-90911 • Quincy Porter: Complete Viola Works Viola Works
(Eliesha Nelson & John McLaughlin Williams)
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DSL-92106 • 20th Century Harp Sonatas
(Sarah Schuster Ericsson)



The Grammy® Awards will be anounced February 13, 2011


NEWS
October 1, 2010, Melbourne

Opus 3 Logo TM Opus 3 artists The Swedish Jazz Kings, also known as The Tomas Örnberg Blue Five, accompanied by British trombone legend Roy Williams toured Australia during October, 2010 and featured at the Wangaratta Jazz Festival.

Saturday 16 October in Perth   Yokine Bowling Club
(presented by Jazz Club of WA)

Tuesday 19 October in Mittagong   Mittagong Playhouse

Wednesday 20 October in Canberra   Top of the Cross, Canberra Southern Cross Club, Woden
(presented by Canberra Jazz Club)

Thursday 21 October in Merimbula   Jazz Club

Saturday 23 October in Melbourne   L F Payne Hall, Chelsea
(former Chelsea Town Hall)
Sunday 24 October in Melbourne   Bentleigh Club
lunch concert

Tuesday 26 October in Adelaide   Jazz Club

Wednesday 27 October in Launceston   Jazz Club

Thursday 28 October in Burnie   Bayside Hotel

Saturday 30 October Wangaratta Jazz Festival
Sunday 31 October Wangaratta Jazz Festival
Two of their most successful albums

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CD 22101
[ Hybrid SACD ]
A Selection from
Tomas Örnberg's Blue Five
& The Swedish Jazz Kings


CD 22013
[ Hybrid SACD ]
A Tribute To Young Louis
Bob Barnard & The Swedish Jazz Kings
featuring Roy Williams



NEWS
July 14, 2010, London

Linn Records Logo TM Sir Charles Mackerras Conductor Sir Charles Mackerras dies at the age of 84.

Born November 17, 1925; died July 14, 2010

Everyone at Linn Records is very sad at the news of the passing of Sir Charles Mackerras.   Although it was known that he was ill, he took a very sudden turn for the worse and his death came as a shock, especially given his joie de vivre and love for life.   Even at 84 he had immense personal charisma and endless energy.   Although we had enjoyed his performances for many years before, Linn Records' professional association with Sir Charles began in 2002 with the recording of the Mozart Requiem with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.   This was the beginning of a musical adventure everyone at Linn Records would all enjoy.



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