Smart new music for the young will calm both hearts and minds.
All the world’s a stage, but Cuiller no mere player.
Night time is the right time for Lindberg’s nocturnal lute.
No need to fret with fine performance of Jacobean consorts.
No tempo tantrums required in this top-notch period Beethoven.
Disappointing Forqueray proves a far cry from expectations.
Glorious sound perhaps, but nothing particularly different.
A trio of Bach family Magnificats sound marvellously magnificent.
A recital of Bach favourites and a Vivaldian surprise.
Cello works from the south turn out to be Neapolitan baroque treat.
Solemn Estonian cello works finessed on a wing and a prayer.
A roaming cellist’s debut heads off down a well-bowed path.
No Corelli, but plenty of violins in some rare Italian concerti.