The best Bernstein since Lenny himself, and arguably even better.
Trifonov hops the A Train and not a brief encounter in sight.
A substantial main course followed by a sugary dessert.
Northey is a winner with his West Australian Side Story.
Chamayou’s Saint-Saëns reassesses an old master.
Australian Heldentenor du jour commits signature works to disc.
Halévy’s follow up to La Juive rises at last from the dead.
Nézet-Séguin’s latest Mozart effort boasts a winning cast.
London outfit plays it straight in a celebration of New York.
Glyndebourne’s Hamlet scrubs up splendidly on DVD.
Salonen celebrates Stravinsky at his most lushly neoclassical.
New independent label brings musical rarities back to life.
A Remarkable Journey: From Canterbury to Oxbridge via Boston with Blue Heron.