Philippe Jordan’s fine new Beethoven cycle marches on.
Sir Andrew and the MSO all kitted out for a high climb.
An electronic orchestra gets some fine music into the open air.
Bright violin playing, if the backing could be less like backing.
The brightest new songbird in North America.
Osmo Vänskä’s new disc proves he’s no flash in the pan.
Variable casting leaves the Hong Kong Ring only partially forged.
A masterclass in baroque vocal pyrotechnics from the best.
Ruby shines intermittently in this tribute to Frasi’s London.
Handel’s flop is a winner in Pinchgut Opera’s hands.
A Georgian mezzo brings plenty of spice to bread and butter rep.
Though still relevant, Lenny’s Mass misses its mark in the city of love.
This Appl didn’t fall very far from Fischer-Dieskau’s tree.