André Messager's comédie musicale is a sheer delight from start to finish.
A tantalising selection of art songs from Catalonia.
Tinalley String Quartet's second instalment of Mendelssohn Quartets excels on all fronts.
These Handel chartbusters are as good as it gets.
Review: The British Project – Walton: Troilus & Cressida (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla)
Walton’s orchestral wizardry rescued from obscurity.
Review: Beethoven & Schnittke: Violin Concertos (Vadim Gluzman, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, James Gaffigan)
An iconic work meets a fascinating, wayward cousin.
Everything old is new again as Schiff’s period instrument Brahms proves a revelation.
Drinking songs, but not as you know them.
The enterprising David Skinner shines a welcome light on Byrd’s secular music.
A Tunbridge Wells tenor’s debut disc proves the real Italian deal.
Matthias Goerne beckons you towards the sunset in this glorious recital.
A veteran Handelian returns to Rodelinda with a vengeance.
More lows than highs for Lisette Oropesa's anticipated debut disc.