Loaned the multi-million-dollar 1734 violin when he was still a student at Juilliard, the young musician tells us about being its custodian, and recording his debut album.
Another superbly serious encounter courtesy of Igor Levit.
Marc-André Hamelin wrestles with two piano Goliaths and comes out on top.
Lin’s new survey confirms her as in the premier rank of Glass interpreters.
Rediscovered Kelly reveal an Aussie composer with another string to his bow.
A collection of miniatures by an underrated modern master.
Varied keyboard recital is a match made in paradise.
Ahead of the release of her performance for Brandenburg One, the cellist talks about Bach, psychology and how a horse-riding accident forced her to make a difficult decision about her career in music.
Music's cure for insomnia, slightly soporific.
Cho’s road journey spares no luxuries and defies all clichés.
Bavouzet puts Beethoven’s peers under the microscope to revealing effect.
Fashionably late recital by Choni brings piano heavy-hitters to life.
Sokolov’s live Beethoven and Brahms is something of a curate’s egg.