Euphonium enthusiast’s eulogy for a Sunday sort of composer.
Heart of Darkness: How to stop worrying and learn to love this Bomb.
Some more cutting edge Haydn from a crack British outfit.
Teddy takes the middle road to be in Scotland afore ye.
A feast of Russian music, conducted by Sarah-Grace Williams, attracts a full house.
Tortelier finds a Frenchman who went his own way.
In the high art of countertenors Mehta shows he’s all class.
Delectable Debussy degustation with French fries on the side.
A birthday celebration with plenty to sing and dance about.
Grace and some spicy paprika from an exciting young Hungarian cellist.
A Canadian’s tribute to Glenn Gould fairly hums along.
Tinalley applies plenty of French polish and Aussie character to boot.
Passion and sparkle aplenty from Beethoven’s most apt piano pupil.