Overview

Capriccio classical music label was founded in 1982 by the former Delta Music Group in Germany. In 2010, Delta Music Group ceased to exist but Capriccio, due to its unique focus on classical music, thrived and joined with Naxos Music Group. The label is now based in Vienna, Austria.

The focus of Capriccio has always remained to fill in the niche and neglected classical music focuses that major labels do not often look toward. This has been the philosophy of the label for over 25 years. Fans of the releases of Capriccio are interested in unknown repertoire, inventive programming, and new artists such as Christine Schafer, Petersen Quartet, Vladimir Spivakov, and more.

Notable releases under the label include Kurt Weill’s stage works and the film scores of Dimitri Shostakovich. Collectable works include famous and well-known composers such as Schubert, Handel, and Bach.

Capriccio recordings use the most innovative and current digital technology and have included many SACD releases.

Collectable works include famous and well-known composers such as Schubert, Handel, and Bach

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