Withers' Competition bears fruit in an engaging album of (mostly) new repertoire.
Hong Kong sees a suitably splendid end of the operatic world.
Vasily Petrenko kills two Russian birds with one Liverpudlian CD.
Review: The Classic André Previn: Complete RCA & Columbia Collection (Various Orchestras & Soloists/André Previn)
Sony’s Previn birthday box becomes a fitting memorial.
Saint-Saëns with American muscle and Gallic lyricism.
A Fledermaus caught on the wing offers many live pleasures.
Husband and wife summon up the necessary Puccinian passion.
From Russia with despair: Isserlis and Mustonen’s passions run the Soviet gamut.
Review: Stravinsky: The Soldier’s Tale (Roger Waters, Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival Musicians)
Waters’ multiple personalities bring Stravinsky to life.
Ulisse completes this Monteverdian’s Monteverdi.
A sweetly sugared recital of 19th-century Finnish choral rarities.
Ancient and modern come together in perfect harmony.
Much ado about Armageddon, and from Down Under too.