A Remarkable Journey: From Canterbury to Oxbridge via Boston with Blue Heron.
Masterworks of a rising star sung by a masterly choir.
Pyrotechnics from baroque’s most passionate mezzo-soprano.
Ilić uncovers Reicha’s romantic answer to the Well-Tempered Clavier.
Female composers shine in the hands of an Armenian pianist.
All the world’s a stage, but Cuiller no mere player.
A neglected figure receives committed advocacy.
A rare work of genius gets the performance it deserves.
Prokofiev’s arranged fugitives chase after Britten’s variations.
In Mozart, Barenboim plays the Yin to Yang’s Yang.
American self-styled bad boy’s violin music ain’t bad at all.
San Francisco outfit’s admired Shostakovich cycle rides again.
A spotless rose: McCreesh’s disc is as colourful as a stained-glass window.