Mosolov’s music of "the people" revisited.
The recording is both vivid and natural, with the whole judiciously planned recital throwing new light on Stanford as song composer.
Heartache and heat: Joyce DiDonato's startling Winterreise from the maiden’s point of view.
Philippe Jaroussky's star continues to shine brightly in this wonderfully varied recital.
Music's enfant terrible gives good detail but short measure.
Two concertos composed a century apart resonate with each other.
Järvi and his Scottish forces provide 80+ minutes of Gallic sunshine.
Review: Martinů: Violin Concertos Nos 1 & 2 – Bartók: Sonata for Solo Violin (Frank Peter Zimmermann)
Zimmermann and Hrůša are unbeatable in concertos everyone should know.
A fine account of Schubert's "Great" from one of the world's greatest orchestras.
Meyerbeer's medieval fantasy receives its world premiere recording.
Adams then and now: keystone works championed with persuasive Nashville panache.
Cave and Lens collaborate on an otherworldly song cycle in response to the pandemic.
Composer and trombonist Lindberg set to make waves with latest recording.