The classical crossover star talks about his latest recording, which sees him find a new singing style and duet with a childhood hero.
Douglas Lawrence is advocating the “no sauce” approach in his 2019 season, which will see the choir embark on an 18-day tour of Europe.
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's annual tradition kicks off the Christmas season.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has cancelled the Australian leg of its global farewell tour with the renowned maestro.
Halévy’s follow up to La Juive rises at last from the dead.
Nézet-Séguin’s latest Mozart effort boasts a winning cast.
London outfit plays it straight in a celebration of New York.
From In Dulci Jubilo to Handel’s Messiah and beyond, Clive Paget dons the gay apparel to unwrap the story of the Christmas musical canon, tracing it across two millennia and numerous countries.
Glyndebourne’s Hamlet scrubs up splendidly on DVD.
Salonen celebrates Stravinsky at his most lushly neoclassical.
New independent label brings musical rarities back to life.
A wade through the tsunami of seasonal releases to recommend the best of the fest.
While Schütz is best known today for his choral masterpiece The Christmas Story, he also played a vital role when it came to shaping German music (with a little help from abroad), says Paul Riley.