David Malouf’s poetic world brought to life thanks to Katie Noonan & co.’s beautiful blend.
Review: Infinite Refrain (Randall Scotting, Jorge Navarro Colorado, Academy of Ancient Music, Laurence Cummings)
Music celebrating hidden love no longer confined to the closets of history.
Wilson and his Sinfonia produces a top pick in this luscious score.
Cheney offers a unique and enquiring take on Australian chamber music.
An outstandingly detailed Siegfried from Rattle, providing you can live with the lead.
Kožená and Rattle return with a compelling program of folk song arrangements.
Bartók but not as you know him: Aimard re-boots the Piano Concertos.
Review: Jules Massenet: Ariane (Munich Radio Orchestra, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Laurent Campellone)
Late Massenet shines in a recording that makes a strong case for a staging.
Hamelin colours Fauré’s night music with both light and shade.
Another outstanding release in Bychkov's complete survey of Mahler's symphonies.
Treviño serves up charismatic Respighi you won’t want to miss.
Experimental pianist and techno-academic Zubin Kanga goes full cyborg.
The Sixteen blows the dust off the Victorian partsong tradition.