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.
Sudbin excels at almost everything.
Colourful and evocative singing from one of our best choirs.
Lemieux shines her light on the musical Enlightenment.
Another enthralling program from today’s leading Schubertian.
Eloquent British cello works receive ardent advocacy.
Double Dutch: two Mozart concertos on Ronald Brautigam’s fortepiano.
With Brünnhilde on strike, Wagner reveals true strengths.
The prolific French composer is moving into grittier territory with films like Zero Dark Thirty, and although Rust and Bone isn’t a walk in the park his signature sparse, eloquent orchestration remains largely unchanged.
Villazón comeback continues with a tribute to Italy’s birthday boy.
Savall unites musicians in a multicultural plea for world peace.
Old-school pianism that doesn’t quite tell the whole story.
A contemporary composer spring cleans The Four Seasons
In this outstanding Dutch cycle, Beethoven is the star.
A confident portrait of an Australian composer across three decades.
Polish Romantics get out and about at last.