Augusta is working on new recordings

Augusta will be releasing two new albums soon, including an album of Italian Violin Sonatas by Mossi, Carbonelli, and Corelli, as well as Music from 18th century Berlin with her sister Georgina McKay Lodge.

Debut Album on Naxos

Beyond Bach and Vivaldi

Rare unaccompanied works for the Baroque violin

Though Bach’s set of six Sonatas and Partitas represents the pinnacle of writing for the solo violin, the Baroque repertoire was rich in compositions for the unaccompanied violin, much of which remains little explored. On this recording Augusta McKay Lodge, hailed as ‘the real thing, a true virtuoso’ (Seen and Heard), explores masters of the genre such as Biber, Locatelli and Pisendel but delves deeper to include the impassioned works of Nicola Matteis, the Franco-Italian warmth of Thomas Baltzar and a series of other long-overshadowed works by their contemporaries.