Mühlemann’s operatic barge is indeed made of burnished gold.
Debussy a decade on: Osborne returns to an old love to produce another knockout recording.
Daucé plumbs the imaginative depths of Charpentier’s musical hell.
Boesch dons Schubert's coat for another winter of much content.
Energy, dash, and force honour a German-trained Irishman.
An intoxicating recreation of a Cromwellian pub session.
Fifty, definitely not out: an older Goerne returns to some favourite Bach cantatas.
A promising start to a new series exploring Purcell's creative ingenuity.
Rare 19th-century piano works in performances of rare beauty.
Lithe and robust interpretations of Ives by two Finnish youngsters.
Charming sonatas for amateurs, but also for those in the know.
Winning British programme to make you close your eyes and think.
Asher Fisch's German band tells a saucy tale with a Frenchman's opera set in Spain.