More is more: Kirill Gerstein makes an eloquent case for the supersize.
Australian baroque band deliver an off-the-beaten-track hit.
Four stellar performers join forces in a feast for harp lovers.
Hothouse music could benefit from a little more heat.
Superbly played rumination on meeting of musical minds.
An accomplished start-up, and a pair of problematic masterpieces.
A teenage Clara Wieck shows her peers just how it’s done.
Wilson reveals the other side of a British film composer.
Slow and steady wins in Haydn’s orchestral experiment.
Uchida’s crystalline Beethoven combines care with flair.
Falla’s breakthrough gets another airing, flamenco and all.
Osnabrück rediscovers a hit that the Nazis preferred to miss.
Bruch’s early effort proves a Wagner-lite siren song.