Mozart fragments get a dazzling finish in world premiere recordings.
Second album from Australian space-obsessed quartet shows promise.
Aimez-vous unnecessary fiddling with Brahms?
A pronounced “ari-o-sa” in airy reading of Biber’s trio sonatas.
Debut recording is the cap on this soprano's astonishing few years.
Review: Ralph Vaughan Williams: Folk Songs Volume 2 (Mary Bevan, Nicky Spence, Roderick Williams, William Vann, Thomas Gould)
More revelations, both laughing and lurid, from Vaughan Williams.
Fiddling while the heart burns: Janusz Wawrowski serves up sour-sweet treats
Jacob Mühlrad's postmodern musical tower of Babel gives food for thought.
A perfect birthday present: Cecilia McDowall's colourful music in superb performances.
Think you know Pergolesi's Stabat Mater? Think again.
A birthday treat for Barry Conyngham, one of Australia's greatest living composers.
Ten divided by eight times one equals an uneven cycle from the Berlin Philharmonic.
Review: Rachmaninov: Symphony No 1 & Symphonic Dances (Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin)
Yannick Nézet-Séguin and his orchestra have the measure of snarly gnarly scores.