A recording of clarinet concertos featuring one of the best loved British concertos in the repertoire, and two premiere recordings.
This album recollects and celebrates some of the choral music heard on royal occasions during the lifetime of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
Explore This is the Day: Music on Royal Occasions
An album of contemplative celebration with leading choral composer Paul Mealor.
Explore Paul Mealor: I Saw Eternity
An album charting star Pumeza’s journey from South African Township to the Opera Houses of the world .
Explore Voice of Hope: Pumeza Matshikiza
An inspiring album of new works inspired by an object or space in London's Science Museum.
Explore Objects at an Exhibition
Michael Gordon's Gotham captures the aura of New York City, through music and imagery in collaboration with filmmaker Bill Morrison.
Explore Michael Gordon: Gotham
Aurora join the Cambridge Singers for two of John Rutter's major choral works: Visions and Requiem.
Explore John Rutter: Visions & Requiem
A mixed CD of some of Augusta Read Thomas' most recent works.
Explore Augusta Read Thomas: Of Being a Bird
A special album commemorating the 60th Anniversary of composer Gerald Finzi's death.
Explore Introit: The Music of Gerald Finzi
A celebration of the music of Ivor Gurney whose promising career as a composer was interrupted by World War I.
Explore A Walk with Ivor Gurney
Aurora play on the album of Martin Suckling's 2020 work, The Tuning, an intimate collection of chamber music and songs.
Explore Martin Suckling: The Tuning
Aurora's album of Nico Muhly’s music for chamber orchestra, including original compositions and instrumental arrangements of Renaissance choral motets.
Explore Seeing is Believing
Aurora’s debut for Warner Classics features an all-American programme of music by Copland, Ives and John Adams, as well as new folk/pop arrangements by Nico Muhly.
Explore Road Trip
Listen to Aurora Orchestra's album Insomnia with tenor Allan Clayton, a journey through a troubled night for the listener.
“This is a pointed, deep-driven performance that becomes joyous.” Gramophone Magazine
Explore Music of the Spheres