Derek Bermel blends bossa nova, Bartók, and all that jazz.
Review: John Williams: Across The Stars (Mutter, The Recording Arts Orchestra of Los Angeles/Williams)
Hooray for Hollywood – Mutter and Williams deliver a box of chocs for movie lovers.
A pair of Baroque rock stars make a welcome return to centre stage.
A Casella rarity proves one of opera’s slipperier customers.
Bregenz Festival’s bloodthirsty bucket brings up operatic gold.
Forgotten Dane gets an Italian job with a Viennese orchestra.
Egarr’s Easter egg – move over Bach, there’s a new Passion in town.
First bass – Abdrazakov’s Verdi plumbs the depths.
A welcome exploration of this talented precursor to Victoria.
Folk-inflected lieder get a distinctly artful treatment.
English duo throws some light on the bleak midwinter.
A boon for lovers of Finzi, a composer enjoying a resurgence.
Schütz’s last hurrah – a magnificent end to a magnificent recording project.