A memorable recreation of one of the great literary love affairs.
Danish master’s latest has curiously little magic in it.
Katie Noonan leads us down Kats-Chernin’s green road.
Donizetti's lost queen – Jessica Pratt delivers a forgotten, yet regal Elisabetta.
A fine valedictory celebration as Stephen Cleobury bids King’s farewell.
Magnificent soundscapes from a neglected polychoral master.
Review: Stanford: Mass ‘Via Victrix’ 1914-1918 (BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales/Partington)
Making a powerful case for Stanford’s late choral output.
Lam sets award-winning poetry to produce new forms of lieder.
We were glad: Paul McCreesh plays a blinder for the English.
A single instrument conveys a slice out of a Soviet composer’s world.
Australian guitar music from a master – how good is that?
Pianist’s Romantic emotions possess flair and conviction.
Hewitt reveals miracles to come in unlikely selection.