This section contains information on upcoming CD releases as well as currently available recordings. Constantine's most recent release features cellist Sebastian Baverstam. Constantine's 2010 recording, Backwards Glance, features the music of Johannes Brahms and Richard Beaudoin. 2007 marked the long-awaited release by American Double of William Bolcom’s complete violin and piano works on Albany Records. “Sonatas,” recorded in 2004, includes Beethoven’s stormy “Appassionata” in addition to violin and piano sonatas by Brahms and Ravel. Upcoming solo discs include “Fantasies,” as well as a six CD series on Naxos Records of the complete solo piano music of William Bolcom.
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Constantine Finehouse and Philip Ficsor in the recording studio, June 2006.
This is a debut recording by the Baverstam/Finehouse Duo featuring the universally-admired Brahms Sonata No. 1 for piano and cello as well as several new works in the High Romantic style by Boston composer, Tony Schemmer. more »
The music of both Johannes Brahms and Richard Beaudoin glances back at the old masters. Finehouse’s new recording weaves these two composers together, illustrating the vitality and interconnectivity within classical tradition. more »
This Albany Records release, made in collaboration with Constantine's American Double partner, violinist Philip Ficsor, is the first-ever recording of the complete output for violin and piano by one of America’s most sought after and prolific composers, William Bolcom . more »
Sonatas is the debut CD of Constantine’s chamber music duo – American Double. The works on this CD are drawn from the standard repertoire. more »
“Fantasies,” to be released in 2012, features works in the fantasie genre—a genre characterized by strong virtuosic and improvisatory elements--by old and new masters as well as Mozart’s operatic Adagio in B minor and the avant-garde A Little Gigue. more »