Denmark-based Australian cellist presents dark works perfect for 2020.
A rich aspect of MacMillan’s music opened up in polished performances.
Subtle and carefree Beethoven from a crack German duo.
All rise for Angela Hewitt in the National Anthem and Beethoven's favourite earworm.
The Emersons transform Schumann's emotional volatility into pure gold.
New ensemble Genesis Baroque takes their time with Corelli favourites.
A charming debut from Britain's most talented family of musicians.
A stunning and overdue set of Franz Schmidt’s symphonies.
Male soprano Mariño is in luck with Gluck and Handel.
Plenty of laughs and action in Weinberg’s Russian Jewish kitchen drama.
Tenorial champions square up for thrilling bouts of vocal sparring.
Seasoned old mates take us to their Lieder for a blissful hour.
Christophers serves up more musical puffery to please the Merry Monarch.