Sonya Yoncheva provides an eclectic soundtrack for the new world.
Fine musical choices let down by mixed cast and spotty direction.
Opera takes on love with a score inspired by light dancing on a spiderweb.
Intriguing verismo rarity from the man who finished off Turandot.
Ibragimova soars to heaven in Paganini's infernal masterpiece.
Howard Shelley's sympathetic advocacy is conveyed through a string of quiet pleasures.
Aussie pianist unearths a treasure trove from a forgotten composer.
Danny Driver finesses the Hungarian that came in from the cold.
Well-crafted program of French mélodies celebrate a gallic sextet’s centenary.
Voices and viols meet in East’s free-flowing fantasias.
Kalnits and Csányi-Wills deliver a fitting conclusion to an excellent series.
Two masters combine in an entente, which is very cordiale.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s possessed Pierrot is as electrifying as it is exotic