The brightest new songbird in North America.
Victorian Opera hits another bullseye with the tale of the apple and the arrow.
A wonderful feast of chamber music from hugely talented performers.
Though still relevant, Lenny’s Mass misses its mark in the city of love.
Life after Bach: Suzuki’s Missa Solemnis yields mixed results.
Sir Andrew Davis breaks a nearly 50-year drought and brings MSO back to some beautiful Berlioz.
An engaging, postmodern evocation of the holy city.
Stile Antico lights Victoria’s dark music from within.
It doesn't get much better than this: a superb evening of song from the renowned American baritone.
Forty years young: Canada’s finest continue to delight with a winning formula.
A new St John Passion with plenty of passion to spare.
Buy Tchaikovsky and be dazzled by a new concerto by Kernis composed for violinist James Ehnes.
Review: Mahler: Symphony No 8 (Utah SO, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, The Madeleine Choir School Choristers, Fischer)
A thousand thanks for this sumptuous sonic spectacular.