Tetzlaff’s coupling proves endlessly illuminating.
Levit goes full cycle – pianist stakes his claim as a Beethovenian for contemporary ears.
Lesser-known works get sparkling treatment.
Revelations in store as voices are silenced no more.
Revived sonatas thrill, but what a pity there’s no more.
Bach, Beethoven and beyond: Scandi foursome refract a beam of musical light.
David Robertson bids a fond farewell to the SSO with gifts from home.
Flawlessly performed novelties from patriotic bravado to fantastical.
Vänskä’s Mahler One is not quite the sum of its parts.
Zhang tames a beast and pours new wine into old bottles.
Forgotten English concertos get a Latvian makeover.
Review: Korngold: Symphony in F sharp, Theme and Variations & Straussiana (Sinfonia of London/Wilson)
Hollywood’s lost symphony – more gold than corn in John Wilson’s Korngold.
Sir Mark Elder’s first-thoughts Puccini may well give you the willis.