Wilson reveals the other side of a British film composer.
Two superstars plumb the depths to poetic effect, despite the name.
The Resurrected Minnesotans excel in Mahler’s Symphony No 2.
Nelsons’ triumphant Shostakovich series continues in a blaze of glory.
Yuja Wang proves that the hype (for once) is justified.
Endless inspiration from out of the Habsburg Boondocks.
Review: Elgar: The Music Makers, The Spirit of England (Sarah Connolly, BBC SO and Chorus/Sir Andrew Davis)
Davis pays homage to the dreamers and the Glorious Dead.
Review: Schubert • Brahms: Symphony No 5, Serenade No 2 (Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique/John Eliot Gardiner)
Brahms and Schumann bring out the softer side of Gardiner.
FX Roth and his band blow hot and cold most beautifully.
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.