Hickox knew British choral music like the back of his hand.
Leading recorder players pipes up in these Neapolitan delights.
Liverpool scores a goal with their Russian maestro’s Rachmaninov 2.
Jansen proves she’s not so prim and proper in twisted Prokofiev.
Beautifully sung music for Lent from Westminster
An fascinating Antipodean survey of Bach transcriptions.
Picture-perfect piano – Russian repertoire paints Osborne in his best light.
Hewitt makes her triumphant return to Bach (with flute in tow).
Thoroughly modern Mozart – Elena takes master as muse for her basset clarinet concerto.
Batting for Brahms – this is Batiashvili's Brahms, if not quite Thielemann's.
New transcriptions plucked from Bach's cello masterpiece.
Goerne's gift to lieder – outstanding Schubert series shows no signs of slowing down.
A succinct musical vision of an atmospheric world.
It’s not dire straits making movies with Amy Dickson
So Frenchy, so chic – Mendelssohn without tears from this fashionable quartet.
Bonynge digs up some buried treasure.
Billy’s overdue Glyndebourne debut well worth the wait.
A new perspective on Byrd.
The remaking of a classic for a new generation.
Harry Christophers serves up a right royal treat in Boston.