Sarah Grunstein's boisterous Goldbergs are far from soporific.
The Russian pianist tells us about his grandmother’s music, the magic of Prokofiev and what he’s been up to since the Sydney International Piano Competition.
Andsnes tells Chopin’s four stormy musical stories before bedtime.
Hapsburg goes HIP with a fascinating recital of rarities.
Night time is the right time for Lindberg’s nocturnal lute.
Stunning piano music by four neglected female composers.
Rachmaninov’s godliness underlined by Osborne’s cleanliness.
One of the foremost interpreters of Bach, the Hungarian-born, English pianist tells us about his favourite composer, what counts as interpretation, and studying with the fierce Ferenc Rados.
Devilishly good settings inspired by the Bible’s naughty book.
Plowright gives a Czech composer a fair Suk of the sauce bottle.
Have violin, will travel is Muresanu’s musical mantra.
Emotionally gruelling traversal as Bowes scales musical Everest.
Hewitt’s latest batch of Beethoven is as tasty as ever.