Baroque soap opera: Gervais does fifty weddings and a funeral.
Articles by Warwick Arnold
Lean, mean period takes on Mozart’s sonatas from a dedicated duo.
John Nelson’s stellar Faust; signed, sealed and delivered.
Second thoughts: Brautigam sets the record straight on fortepiano.
Fidelio take one: Jacobs makes a case for Beethoven’s first thoughts.
Lovers united – Fisch finesses a matter of love and death.
Tenor makes a refreshing change on Bostridge’s French odyssey.
Wondrous stories: Daucé brings Charpentier’s church tales to life.
Falla’s breakthrough gets another airing, flamenco and all.
Is virtuosity always its own reward?
Tiberghien revels in Liszt’s pianistic holiday snaps.
Currentzis maxes out Mahler though with mixed results.
Star pianist’s profound new album is grown out of tragedy.