The First Organ Concertos: Reconstructions of Works by G. F. Handel and J. S. Bach Organist Matthew Dirst with members of Ars Lyrica Houston. Loft Recordings 1138 (September 2018). 

Sonates, Cantates & SuitesMusic of Joseph Bodin de Boismortier. Arcanum Ensemble: Colin St Martin, traverso; Tony Boutée, tenor; Andrew Areci, viola da gamba; Matthew Dirst, harpsichord. Centaur Records 3548 (2017). 

Johann Jakob Walther, Hortulus Chelicus (complete). First recording of this collection of 28 works for violin and continuo. Sean Yung-Hsiang Wang, Baroque violin; Barrett Sills, Baroque cello; Matthew Dirst, harpsichord. Centaur Records 3493/94/95/96 (2016). 

Heart & Soul: Devotional Music from the German Baroque. Featuring countertenor Ryland Angel, organist Matthew Dirst, and members of Ars Lyrica Houston. Centaur Records 3426 (2015). 

Domenico Scarlatti, La Dirindina & Pur nel sonno almen tal’ora. Ars Lyrica Houston, Matthew Dirst conductor, featuring soprano Céline Ricci, mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton, baritone Brian Shircliffe, tenor Joseph Gaines, and lutenist Richard Savino. Sono Luminus 92159 (2012). 

Johann Adolph Hasse, Marc’Antonio e Cleopatra. Ars Lyrica Houston, Matthew Dirst conductor, featuring soprano Ava Pine and mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton. World première recording of the Hasse and Grammy Nominee for Best Opera. Dorian-Sono Luminus 92115 (2010). 

Harpsichord Music of François and Armand-Louis Couperin. Matthew Dirst, harpsichord. Centaur 3016 (2010). 

Euridice dall’Inferno, La Concettione della Beata Vergine, and instrumental works by Alessandro Scarlatti. Ars Lyrica Houston, Matthew Dirst conductor and harpsichord, with soprano Melissa Givens, countertenor Gerrod Pagenkopf, tenor Joseph Gaines, bass-baritone Timothy Jones, cellist Barrett Sills. First recording of La Concettione della Beata Vergine, in an edition by Matthew Dirst. Naxos 8.570950 (2009). 

J. S. Bach: Organ Music for the Christmas Season. Matthew Dirst, organ. Centaur Records 3015 (2009). 

Forthcoming

Alessandro Scarlatti, La Sposa dei Cantici. Ars Lyrica Houston, Matthew Dirst conductor, with soprano Megan Lindsay and countertenors John Holiday, Jay Carter, and Ryland Angel. First recording of this work, in an edition prepared by Matthew Dirst. Sono Luminus (2019).

Alessandro Marcello, Violin Sonatas (complete). Sean Yung-Hsiang Wang, Baroque violin; Barrett Sills, Baroque cello; Matthew Dirst, harpsichord. Recorded May 2017, forthcoming 2019.