Lugansky’s quite at home in multifarious music-scapes.
In Isserlis’s hands, muscular Chopin meets starry Schubert.
In Mozart, Barenboim plays the Yin to Yang’s Yang.
David Robertson's Mahler Five suggests just how much the SSO has assimilated Mahler into its DNA.
Watkins and Lortie help Finzi rake eloquently over Romantic embers.
Roth finds charm and freshness galore in his HIP Ravel volume two.
Miguel Harth-Bedoya sheds new light on an old warhorse.
Emotionally gruelling traversal as Bowes scales musical Everest.
Chen’s salon fare is fine, but is Bruch the elephant in the room?
Alexander Gavrylyuk hurls Brahms' furious musical thunderbolt in the second instalment of the SSO's mini festival.
Review: Bruckner • Wagner: Symphony No 7, Siegfried’s Funeral March (Gewandthaus Orchestra Leipzig/Andris Nelsons)
Another milestone is reached in Nelsons’ fine Bruckner pilgrimage.
It turns out that there’s more to Ginastera than a malambo.
An absolutely epic evening conducted by Simone Young.