Nymphs and shepherds more than live up to pastoral promise.
Gore’s tribute is more than worthy of its name.
A labour of love from one of our most respected tenors.
A 17th-century European union still bearing excellent fruit.
A Latvian pastor’s son now has a powerful universal message.
Teddy takes the middle road to be in Scotland afore ye.
A new foray into Schubert Lieder proves an ideal partnership.
With Moye Chen’s ‘worlds’, it’s a case of three out of four ain’t bad.
Pahud flies solo with works old and new, but Solo fails to land.
Melnikov’s Érard makes for impressive Debussy, period.
For Paul Lewis, Papa Haydn turns ought to be no laughing matter.
Scenes from a life x3: A trio of British composers are reborn in masterly, moving documentaries.
Hough gives us sweet dreams care of 27 pianistic delights.