Headquartered in Italy in Milan and Cagliari (Sardinia Island), Linæ Occultæ - CD label produces classical music recordings with both modern or ancient instruments.
Our CD Label loves the contemporary repertoire and we also like electronic music.
We will be happy to evaluate your proposals and suggestions for future publications.
Our works can be listened on traditional media (CD, LP), but obviusly, they are available on all digital channels like Spotify ® , Itunes ® etc.
We hope you can appreciat our work. Good listening!
New releases & News
Enrico Di Felice returns to record works by Johann Sebastian Bach. A decade ago our Inviolata Recordings label had published a Bachian CD by Di Felice with the baroque flute, now he publishes, with the modern flute, the famous Toccata and Fuga in D minor BWV 565 as well as other works. These include the Suite in G major BWV 1007 and the Partita BWV 1013. In this recording Enrico Di Felice plays a vintage Haynes silver flute from 1971.
Victor Urban, the most important Mexican organist, gives us a recital of pieces from the 16th century to the present day on two splendid Neapolitan organs from the 1700s in the city of Gioi (Salerno)
A new recording of the most important classic repertory for clarinet. The Trios by Beethoven op. 11 and op. 63 played and recorded by Raffaele Bertolini (clarinet), Silvano Fusco (cello) and Marco Schiavo (piano).
The Beethoven Trio, the protagonist of the CD, has among its members musicians of great standing. We advise you to listen to the CD with Brahmsian repertoire by pianist Marco Schiavo (Decca UPC 00028948178124).
Enrico Di Felice and Raffaele Bertolini played at the Rafel Festival in Valencia on November 3rd 2019. The performance was dedicated to the repertoire for flute, bass clarinet and live electronics with the technical contribution of composer Roberto Zanata who also composed a piece on the program
On 19th November the Ensemble Spaziomusica will be a guest of the Como in Concerto Festival. At the Carducci Institute could be listened the notes of Skies of America, a concert program celebrating american music by Philipp Glass, Leonard Bernstein and George Gershwin.
A new edition of he legendary Rhapsody in Blue will be performed at the end of the concert