Our writer spends a weekend by the Murray at the Albury Chamber Music Festival.
A concert all the more interesting for its elements of surprise.
Sony reissues the Finn in full, plus birthday boy Bernstein comes complete on DG.
Rachmaninov’s godliness underlined by Osborne’s cleanliness.
An enjoyable and thoughtfully diverse program performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Jukka-Pekka Saraste.
A typically thoughtful, superbly performed concert including two Australian compositions.
20th-century US symphonies in 21st-century Swedish sound.
Decca’s Birgit box and another rare opera from Sony’s vault.
A 1955 Prince Igor joins a 2011 War Requiem in this month’s eclectic batch.
Review: Stravinsky: Solo and Orchestral Piano Music (Peter Donohoe, Hong Kong Philharmonic/David Atherton)
Veteran pianist Peter Donohoe, both old and new, does Igor proud.
For Paul Lewis, Papa Haydn turns ought to be no laughing matter.
Croatian composer proves a truly exciting discovery.
Pettersson’s dark journeys again illuminated by Lindberg.