Vasily Petrenko kills two Russian birds with one Liverpudlian CD.
Much ado about Armageddon, and from Down Under too.
She came, she saw, she conquered: JoAnn Falletta sets light to a dazzling Roman candle, and what’s more at bargain price.
Framing Bach within a broad context that works for everyone.
The Russian’s Tchaikovsky meets Marriner’s Fauré and Ansermet’s French fare.
British forces set a new benchmark in Americana.
A polished debut and one that’s keeping it firmly in the family.
A triumphant debut from a brilliant young pianist.
Wynton Marsalis and David Robertson deliver a special concert, and not the kind of program we hear often.
Several tastes of Holst, both before and after The Planets.
A well thought-out program, spanning 100 years from Janáček to Reich.
A young Yuja Wang, Budapest’s first Beethoven, and Liszt tops the list.
The legendary cellist’s Strauss with Adrian Boult gets a reissue on vinyl.