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Julius Drake’s many recordings include a widely acclaimed series with Gerald Finley for Hyperion, from which the Barber Songs, Schumann Dichterliebe & other Heine Settings and Britten Songs & Proverbs won the 2007, 2009 and 2011 Gramophone Awards respectively; award-winning recordings with Ian Bostridge; several recitals with—among others—Alice Coote, Joyce DiDonato, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Christopher Maltman and Matthew Polenzani; recordings of Kodály and Schoeck sonatas with cellists Natalie Clein and Christian Poltéra; of Tchaikovsky and Mahler with Christianne Stotijn; English song with Bejun Mehta; and Schubert’s Poetisches Tagebuch with Christoph Prégardien, which won the Jahrespreis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2016.
Julius Drake is now embarked on a major project to record the complete songs of Franz Liszt for Hyperion—the second disc in the series, with Angelika Kirchschlager, won the BBC Music Magazine Award 2012—and a series of four Schubert recitals recorded live at Wigmore Hall with Ian Bostridge.
Concerts in the coming seasons include recitals in his series ‘Julius Drake and Friends’ at the historic Middle Temple Hall in London; concerts in Cologne, Brussels and Schwarzenberg with Ian Bostridge; in Amsterdam, Madrid, London and Philadelphia with Sarah Connolly; in Vienna, Zurich, and Leeds with Angelika Kirchschlager; in Vienna, Hamburg, and London with Gerald Finley; in Bilbao, London and Vilabertran with Christoph Prégardien; and in New York with Matthew Polenzani. Further engagements include a Beethoven song series for 92nd Street Y in New York, a Mahler series for the Concertgebouw, and a Mendelssohn/Liszt series for Wigmore Hall.