Expressive playing makes up for misleading title.
John Luther Adams invites listeners into the vast desert wilderness.
Calypso, Gershwin and teenage hubris makes for spicy soul food.
Dickson pays homage to folk traditions from north and south.
Chamber orchestration is Mahler 10 as it could have been.
A superbly played conclusion to an enterprising series.
An ambitious debut that captures Europe on the brink of disaster.
Surprises are in store with Saint-Saëns’ lesser-known symphonies.
Davis’ and Müller-Schott’s Knight Errant portrait doesn’t err.
Three compelling orchestral episodes from the life of Brian.
Matthews’ latest proves they do write music like that nowadays.
Fine Finnish fare: Oramo’s Sibelius is laced with insights.
Harteros heads a Tosca that perhaps should have offended more.