Recording Projects

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Arcangelo’s discography has won two Gramophone Awards, a BBC Music Magazine Award, a Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik, an ECHO Klassik Award and a GRAMMY nomination – along with numerous citations and recommendations from international mainstream and specialist media.

Working with some of the world’s greatest musicians, we seek out under-represented and under-favoured repertoire to bring to life on record, ranging freely across the remarkable musical landscapes of the Baroque and Classical periods.

Every single one of our 20+ studio recordings has been made with the support of private donors who enjoy a perpetual share in our success – and the lasting appreciation and enjoyment of glorious music.

Our open recording project appeals are listed on this page. Follow the links displayed by each project to find out more about the background and approach to each recording, and how you can support.

Buxtehude: 'Opus Posthumous'

Recorded January 2023

This recording will complete Arcangelo’s GRAMMY-nominated survey of the chamber instrumental music of Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707) with performances of works left unpublished in manuscript form at the composer’s death.

Filming Telemann at the Wren Library

Filmed January 2023

For its eagerly-awaited first venture into studio film production, Arcangelo partners with trailblazer director Andrew Staples to record one of Telemann’s foundational quartets in the stunning surroundings of Sir Christopher Wren’s library at Trinity College Cambridge.

Handel: Chandos Anthems

Recorded June 2023

The first-ever authentically-scaled recordings of four of Handel’s ‘Chandos Anthems’, written for the ill-starred ‘English Versailles’ built by James Brydges at Canons Park.