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.
Paul Lewis dusts off Beethoven's Bagatelles to reveal glistening gems.
The pianist tells us about his recording of the composer’s Bagatelles, Limelight’s Recording of the Month in August, and why these works are perfect for the present moment.
A box of musical bonbons to be savoured a few at a time.
Hamelin’s latest deep-sea dive brings striking works to the surface.
Pollini rushes Beethoven’s final fence in an otherwise superb disc.
Musical twins: Ólafsson spectacularly reunites Rameau and Debussy.
The Australian guitarist tells us about how his projects have fared in lockdown, as well as the challenges and pleasures of giving online concerts from home.
Donohoe rehabilitates neglected music with revelatory playing.
Masterworks receive masterful performances care of Osborne.
New works sparkle in the hands of Michael Kieran Harvey.
Zehetmair conquers the Everest of the solo violin repertoire.
An esoteric masterwork by an eccentric recluse.