Currentzis maxes out Mahler though with mixed results.
Star pianist’s profound new album is grown out of tragedy.
Transylvanian quartet enjoys sinking teeth into Bartók.
Chamayou’s Saint-Saëns reassesses an old master.
Barenboim channels Elgar in a return to Brahms.
Given time, Kaufmann’s Moor will likely be more the merrier.
Queyras and his co-musicians add some glitter to Vivaldi’s bare torsos.
DG couples the opposite sides of a composer’s polemic.
Brilliant Bartók as German violist goes Hungary.
Isabelle’s Faustian pack raises the spirits.
Five soloists offer three rare concerti you need to Czech out.
Lugansky’s latest label-hop delivers 24 of the best.
Melnikov and his ‘period’ instruments prove adept time travellers.