In which the teenage genius shows his operatic hand.
Beautifully performed, but promises more than it delivers.
The great Dima has the last laugh as Verdi’s sardonic jester.
Stephen Darlington delivers yet more glories from Eton via Oxford.
Ancient meets modern in Stutzmann’s judicious treatment.
A new St John Passion with plenty of passion to spare.
A hybrid favourite gets the intimate chamber treatment.
Sabine Devieilhe conjures impressions of great beauty.
Melnikov and his ‘period’ instruments prove adept time travellers.
A recital of Bach favourites and a Vivaldian surprise.
Lacey creates lines of beauty care of an old Dutch master.
Solo debut showcases clarinet in Australian compositions.
Dazzling tenth album from a great Australian percussionist.