Camarena smuggles rarities into his disc of bel canto blockbusters.
A short and sweet double bill from the poor man’s Puccini.
Sabata paints a multi-faceted portrait of Alexander the Great.
Nothing shady about Xerxes in a hot new Handel recording.
Chailly brings untiring energy to this musical curio, but is it enough?
Not-so-serious business about life and love in Christie’s latest.
Ehnes’s lark takes wing, but Manze’s sea remains becalmed.
Jaroussky and L’Arpeggiata reach for the musical heavens.
Oliver Fartach-Naini's deftly played Suite Latina examines the myriad South American styles that have become an integral part of the guitar repertoire.
One phoenix, two lovelorn singers, and a slippery tuba as Nessie come together at the hands of a fine Scottish composer.
Sex toys and silence aid Wollschleger's fractured commentary on our dystopian world.
Bella Italia: a German duo embraces Wolf’s sunny South.
Pollini + Chopin = early contender for instrumental album of the year.