A rich trove of little-known songs brought to light by a smart young countertenor.
Review: Stravinsky, Eötvös: Le Sacre du Printemps Alhambra Concerto (Orchestra de Paris, Pablo Heras-Cassado)
A moderately savage Rite and an enigmatic concerto make for strange bedfellows.
Another stellar release celebrating Australia's wealth of female composers.
The Swedish Chamber Orchestra presents a clever contrast between Bach's Brandenburg Concertos and a collection of new works.
A Rossini showcase puts on a display Dulcamara would be proud of.
Punchy, period approach works wonders, but what’s with the highlights?
Schulhoff’s Don Giovanni combines late-Romantic lushness with le jazz hot.
Lise Davidsen's sophomore album is first class.
A forgotten Russian-Jewish voice receives ardent championing from Jonathan Powell.
Glimpses of what might have been from a forgotten genius.
Nadejda Vlaeva stakes a persuasive claim for an overlooked Bulgarian compatriot.
Mozart fragments get a dazzling finish in world premiere recordings.
Second album from Australian space-obsessed quartet shows promise.