Ibragimova soars to heaven in Paganini's infernal masterpiece.
Howard Shelley's sympathetic advocacy is conveyed through a string of quiet pleasures.
Danny Driver finesses the Hungarian that came in from the cold.
Two masters combine in an entente, which is very cordiale.
Glorious pianism from one of the true masters of the keyboard.
Clive Paget caught up with violinists Catherine Manson and Michael Gurevich to find out what’s so special about Haydn’s Op. 76, quartets and what a historically informed approach brings to the composer.
Gut instincts in abundance as Haydn survey nears its close.
All bow to York Bowen, one of the 20th century's keyboard legends.
The pianist and Honens Laureate discusses his Hyperion disc of great British rediscoveries.
All Bach but no barre in agile new Goldbergs.
All rise for Angela Hewitt in the National Anthem and Beethoven's favourite earworm.
The Gesualdo Six's conductor explains what makes an award-winning program for an all-male sextet.
Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson’s intriguing coupling of Debussy and Rameau sweeps the board.