Bold new series complements ancient with modern.
Another variation on the Goldberg Variations is an uneven experience.
Review: Gluck: Écho et Narcisse (Adriana González, Cyrille Dubois, Myriam Leblanc, Le Concert Spirituel, Hervé Niquet)
Flop turns hit, as Niquet proves first night audiences often got it wrong.
Mirabilis: an apt word indeed to sum up Stephen Hough’s choral music.
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ground breaker gets ground-breaking treatment.
Sixteen celebrate Palestrina to the power of six.
Sampson and Williams go measure for measure in a savvy Shakespearean fantasy.
Kathleen Battle, Karel Ančerl and Antal Doráti provide a host of goodies from the archives.
Gamba and co prove there's more to Finnish music than Sibelius.
Renaissance rising stars celebrate Byrd’s 400th in stunning and characterful style.
Review: Herrmann: Suite from Wuthering Heights, Echoes for Strings (Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Mario Venzago, Joshua Tan)
Epic sampling of a Hollywood maestro’s Brontë opera whets the appetite.
Architectural vision and a unique 1955 cast in Kna’s greatest hit.
A former Manus detainee's poetry given musical wings of freedom.