At any rate, there are two recordings of the suites I'll call your attention to:
The first is by cellist juliana Soltis. A relative newcomer to the music scene, this West Virginia native isn't shy about trying new things. Her most recent album--her second--is called Going off Script: the ornamented suites for cello. It is her contention that the suites actually call for ornamentation as opposed to simply playing the notes as written. She elaborates on her reasoning in the album notes. That album came out last September, and is available from retailers.
The second recording I'll mention has yet to be released, but will hit stores in April. Alisa Weilerstein's recording of the set will come out on April 3. Alisa is certainly among the finest cellists around today, She said this about the project:
“I have been living with these suites since further back than memory can reach, and I have grown with them throughout my life with the cello. Great music is a reflection of life as it is lived, and this recording is a reflection of myself, in 2019, at 37 years old, steeped in and still discovering Bach’s unparalleled accomplishment.”