Little and Lane steer a fine series to an equally fine conclusion.
A year in the life of a most interesting young man
Suzuki’s second account of this masterpiece goes straight to the heart.
Fairy tales meet up with choral works and definitely go to the ball.
Currentzis’ Beethoven confronts the axiomatic assumptions of musicological progenitors.
Exquisite piano miniatures from a perfect partnership of composer and pianist.
Jacquelyn Wagner, and a first-rate musical reading all round, uncovers a masterpiece.
Aussie quartet rediscovers a 20th-century German master.
Make room in your collection – this Agrippina’s one for the ages.
A snapshot of the Cleveland Orchestra, circa 2020.
Diminishing in name, but not quality, in ye olde improvisations
Parry’s unjustly neglected oratorio sees light of day in a committed recording.
Cleobury’s final Bach recording: a mixed blessing