Slow and steady wins in Haydn’s orchestral experiment.
Plenty of enthusiasm, but mistakes mar this piano release.
Beethoven, Brahms, and a new quartet worthy of serious buzz.
Not-so-serious business about life and love in Christie’s latest.
Berlioz’s fantastic dreams brought to life by conductor’s personal touch.
John Adams’ South Indian folktale blooms into a fabulous operatic performance.
Rondeau’s eccentricities strike again in Scarlatti solo recital.
What, another Four Seasons for your collection? Oh, go on then...
Review: À Portuguesa: Music by Scarlatti, Boccherini et al (Andreas Staier, Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música)
Some great Iberian music here, but don’t Lisbon to the title.
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.