Stellar singing and dynamic pit-work rescue muddled futurist staging.
Scintillating Scandinavian string playing shines a new light on Beethoven's art.
Known and unknown amidst the collisions of musical history.
Two exceptional young musicians do great justice to Brahms’ twilight works.
A musical showcase for Schnittke, a great musical maverick.
A Bavarian tribute to Elgar, the Germanophile.
Captivating transcriptions that could become a cult classic.
New sound-art lullabies by Rachael Dease a balm for strange days.
Christian Thielemann offers pace and detail despite mixed bag of soloists.
Benjamin Grosvenor's all-Liszt program reveals hidden gems and knocks it out of the park.
Elder and the Halle travel inspirationally between Heaven and Hell.
Mosolov’s music of "the people" revisited.
The recording is both vivid and natural, with the whole judiciously planned recital throwing new light on Stanford as song composer.