A fine, felt, forcibly argued finish to a ripely individual survey.
A dose of Smalley proves less can be considerably more.
Rising American star asks can classical music be political?
A once-acclaimed composer gets his overdue recognition.
Gerstein offers food for thought served up through the medium of a tangy Austro-Hungarian goulash.
A flawless recital by one of the giants of the piano.
Fabio Martino serves up a hot recital in every sense of the word.
A subtle, Swiss take on a trio of late Schubert sonatas.
Rule, Britannia! Old fashioned organ gems rediscovered.
Music for low lute bears fruit on Nordberg’s fine debut disc.
Kolesnikov stakes claim as Chopin interpreter of insight.
Symbolism and metaphor abound in this complex, ambitious, exciting work by Liza Lim for soprano with ensemble.
A wondrous new recording of Bach’s immortal music for cello.