Naim's love for classical was instrumental in the birth of Naim Label. In 1992, our first compact disc was a cover-mounted give-away with CD Review magazine featuring classical material handpicked by Naim for its crystal-clear sound and inspirational performance.

Since then, Naim has endeavoured to produce exciting classical content with a number of leading artists including Allegri String Quartet, the longest running of its kind in the UK, the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Iona Brown, and the recently announced Chamber Soloists of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra playing Mozart's Wind Serenades (no 10 & 12) - available on Naim Classical from September 2008.

Having spent the last 12 months working with a broad range of artists and organisations, Naim Classical aims to provide a platform for new audiophile recordings, while whole-heartedly supporting the global classical music market.


  The Allegri String Quartet   The Allegri String Quartet  
The Allegri are the UK's oldest surviving string quartet. Their success is built on a worldwide reputation for excellence that long ago earned them the epithet 'England's most respected quartet'.
  Iona Brown   Iona Brown & The Norwegian Chamber Orchestra  
Iona Brown was one of the few women in the 20th century successfully to transfer from bow to baton...
  The Eberle Quartet   The Eberle Quartet  
The Eberle have an impressive musical history, having played regularly with the London Virtuosi, London Festival Orchestra, BBC Symphony and the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  Hårvard Gimse   Håvard Gimse  
A brilliant young musician who has established himself as one of Europe’s leading international pianists.
  John Holloway, Jaap Ter Linden, Lars Ulrik Mortensen   John Holloway, Jaap Ter Linden, Lars Ulrik Mortensen  
John Holloway is one of the pioneers of the modern “Early Music” movement in Britain.
  Tim Hugh   Tim Hugh  
Currently principal cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra and world-renowned soloist, Tim is widely regarded as the one of the great British cellists of the 21st century.
  The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra   The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra  
In 1946 Sir Thomas Beecham set out to create a world-class ensemble from the finest musicians in the country. Today Beecham’s legacy lives on through the RPO.
  The Vermeer Quartet   The Vermeer Quartet  
The Quartet has performed in almost every major city in North America, Europe and Australia and has achieved an international reputation as one of the world's finest chamber music ensembles.

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