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.
Perahia scales a pianistic Everest with oxygen to spare.
Review: Debussy • Rachmaninov • Stravinsky (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko)
Petrenko helps three composers strut their vernal stuff.
Matthias Goerne’s Wagner is a thing of power and beauty.
Currentzis whips up a passionate Pathétique to love or loathe.
Universal takes Karajan’s Ring and gives it a refreshing spring cleaning.
Plowright’s Brahms canters into the final furlong still leading the field.
Gerhaher revisits Schubert’s lovesick cycle with stunning results.
Andsnes’s Nordic miniatures are polished to a fine Finnish.
Daucé plumbs the imaginative depths of Charpentier’s musical hell.
Old school Russian Brahms laced with the art that conceals art.