No need to fret with fine performance of Jacobean consorts.
A 75th birthday tribute, lovingly done by all concerned.
Sonata repertoire enhanced by three individual new works.
Some more cutting edge Haydn from a crack British outfit.
Israeli quartet take on the Impressionists in a double bill.
Expressive performance breathes fresh air into an old favourite.
Chiesa brings to light a trio of rare Italian cello concertos.
Chen’s salon fare is fine, but is Bruch the elephant in the room?
Brilliant Bartók as German violist goes Hungary.
Mason Bates’ operatic bio takes a mega-byte out of a certain big Apple.
Review: Francesca Caccini: La Liberazione di Ruggiero dall’Isola d’Alcina (Huelgas Ensemble/Paul Van Nevel)
First opera by a woman gets the brilliant revival it deserves.
Nymphs and shepherds more than live up to pastoral promise.
Gore’s tribute is more than worthy of its name.