The new recording of Elliott Carter Late Works on Ondine Records is reviewed by Andrew Clements in The Guardian.
Seven of Elliott Carter's Late Works, including five premiere recordings, are featured on this Ondine recording featuring Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Colin Currie, Isabelle Faust, Jean-Guihen Queyras, the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and conductor Oliver Knussen. Release date: August 11, 2017.
Scores by Elliott Carter won two First Prizes at the 2015 Paul Revere Awards for Graphic Excellence given by the Music Publisher's association. Instances for chamber orchestra was the First Prize winner in the Full Scores category, while Tre Duetti for violin and cello took First Prize for Chamber Ensembles. Congratulations to Engraver and Editor David Nadal, and to Boosey & Hawkes, which publishes both scores! Information about the awards and a complete list of winners may be at the link below.