Old music, new colours, new players? A winner.
London band goes on a vibrant and Fellini-like Roman holiday.
Noseda blends lyricism and atonality in Dallapiccola’s psychological masterpiece.
Barenboim and co. get to the heart of Elgar's most "English" scores
A barnstorming concert reveals new details on disc.
Another superbly serious encounter courtesy of Igor Levit.
Gallic dreams delight with quintet fireworks, both old and new.
The Benaud Trio are compelling advocates for Luke Altmann in this literature-infused exploration of the composer’s work.
Whether oboe with strings or oboe alone, Celia Craig's Artaria releases are well worth a listen.
Glorious orchestrations shine in works by award-winning Russian based in Sweden.
A forgotten Irish composer is superbly championed by Niall Kinsella.
Audi’s swansong makes compelling case for Orfeo II, Revenge of the Maenads.
Fischer’s forces sing a Song of the Earth for the ages.