Sir Simon strips off the old varnish to expose the beautiful bones of Bruckner’s Seventh.
A beautiful parting gift from one of the world's greatest string quartets.
Review: Rachmaninov: Piano Concertos and Paganini Rhapsody (Yuja Wang, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Gustavo Dudamel)
Yuja Wang blazes and dazzles, while maintaining amazing finesse.
Capuçon’s Mozart celebration kicks off with Kit Armstrong and 16 violin sonatas.
No pact with the devil required as Faust's natural talent prevails.
Love letter to Janáček retains some of the composer’s charm but less of his bite.
Levit’s intense, intimate and involving delve into fantasy is compelling.
Review: Vinders: Missa Myns liefkens bruyn ooghen & Missa Fors seulement (The Choir of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge)
Cambridge college unearths two masses and brings good news from Ghent.
Latin American wine, some served in European bottles.
Orava Quartet's dazzling second album has been worth the wait.
Connolly pours a lifetime of experience into Mahler’s sorrowful songs.
Bold new series complements ancient with modern.
Another variation on the Goldberg Variations is an uneven experience.