Triumphant return to keyboard in Beethoven and Schumann.
Greg Keane has been a Limelight contributor since 2008. He is a copywriter and has also lectured in music appreciation in the adult education sector. He has a prodigious collection of LPs and was previously a producer (aka the Dark Lord of Vinyl) of ABC Classic FM.
Articles by Greg Keane
Hollywood did exotic better than Khachaturian, but no one does horror like Shostakovich.
Davis’ and Müller-Schott’s Knight Errant portrait doesn’t err.
A teacher and his wife-cum-pupil speak in similar voices.
Jordan’s non-period band offers Beethoven in a hurry.
Gerhardt’s solo Bach shrugs off the straitjacket for a set to live with.
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.