Baroque's favourite eccentric tries her hand at bel canto
The Mariinsky follows up its Walküre with Wagner's great prequel
Mellifluous fun, but don't expect 'Carry On Up the Hellespont'
Secular melds with sacred in the hands of the Italian madrigal master
Compelling case for a work that needs to be more compelling
Another galvanising dip into the historical archives from Decca
Poor old Parsifal meets Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Strauss' greatest flight of fancy dragged down to earth
A Dutchman seen through the eyes of a German and a Frenchman.
Italian operatic tenor returns to his choirboy roots.
Glyndebourne fields a great cast, swept along by Jurowski.
Kasper Holten's Onegin plays out Russian regret in spades.
Putunder the microscope, Omura's Butterfly still dazzles.
A super-sized feel-good fest from Bryn and his American friends.
Australian musicians abroad make Beethoven's world their oyster.
The Wagner set that tackles the operas other boxes don't reach.
A Requiem for all humanity and our wayward civilisation.
Cosí satisfies, if not quite scaling the heights of the Don.
Wooly moments aside, this young singer’s making strides.
David Hansen, countertenor King of the high Cs (not to mention the Ds).