New works sparkle in the hands of Michael Kieran Harvey.
Zehetmair conquers the Everest of the solo violin repertoire.
From shimmering impressionism to picturesque musical postcards, a British maestro celebrates France.
Not a must have, but a valuable introduction to one of Rossini’s lesser-known works regardless.
German soprano joins the Pentatone stable with a winner of a recital.
An esoteric masterwork by an eccentric recluse.
Hough captures Brahms, as the final cigar is extinguished…
KOTTOS suggests that this is the dawning of the age of the various.
Pine Gap and Uluru clash in hands of young American.
Cooke is a compelling discovery for lovers of good chamber music.
Violin variations showcase Biber’s retuned sounds.
Strangers no more: Tishchenko’s CD debut announces a remarkable talent.
A great orchestra does Bruckner with eight leading conductors.