Music from the time of Leonardo performed with plenty of genius.
Music illuminates how migration shapes the human experience.
Mr and Mrs Rattle invite Skelton to sing of the earth.
Discover Bennett’s choral music in excellent performances.
Stabat Mater has more German efficiency than Latin pathos.
Car’s program is well-sung and played, if curiously put together.
Sampson gives Handel’s Italian cantatas the full operatic treatment.
An attractive selection of RVW rarities, both sacred and secular.
Vocally and emotionally, you longed for the depth of the man himself, but that was just plain unreasonable.
Review: Elgar: The Music Makers, The Spirit of England (Sarah Connolly, BBC SO and Chorus/Sir Andrew Davis)
Davis pays homage to the dreamers and the Glorious Dead.
Clayton helps Liszt’s hurled lances to the future find their target.
Malcolm Martineau fleshes out the decade that time forgot.
The Sretensky Monastery Choir brings a powerful sound to sacred and secular Russian music.