Politics and music can and do mix in poles apart symphonic takes.
What, another Four Seasons for your collection? Oh, go on then...
FX Roth and his band blow hot and cold most beautifully.
Review: À Portuguesa: Music by Scarlatti, Boccherini et al (Andreas Staier, Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música)
Some great Iberian music here, but don’t Lisbon to the title.
Several tastes of Holst, both before and after The Planets.
Daniel’s Mahler comes up bright as a new penny.
Cellist Natalie Clein's heartfelt advocacy makes for a fine disc of Clarke, Bridge and Vaughan Williams.
Fleming’s savvy picks run musical theatre’s gamut from A to Z.
A night with Herr Kaufmann is undoubtedly one well spent.
Robert Carsen’s update has bed-hopping and bare bods to spare.
Page offers a stylish glimpse into one of Mozart’s earliest works.
Fascinating collection of rarities from the romantic side of Mons. Fauré.
Philippe Jordan offers more lean, agile Beethoven in the latest instalment of his symphony cycle with the Wiener Symphoniker.