Finely-wrought songs by one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century.
Antonini & Co combine contemporary precision with old-fashioned charm.
Handsome revival rescues opera unfairly consigned to Siberia.
Stars align in Muti’s hard to be bettered Verdi Requiem.
Debut album brings much-neglected French women composers out of the shadows.
Andsnes and Co. reap a bumper crop from a Mozart annus mirabilis.
Cross-channel collaboration lends piquant French sensibility to a great English opera.
Rousset shops on eBay and turns up more than just trinkets.
Review: Nicolaus Bruhns: Cantatas and Organ Works, Vol 1 (Yale Institute of Sacred Music, Masaaki Suzuki)
Suzuki’s latest survey aims to reclaim a minor German Meister.
A superb updating of Strindberg’s timeless tale of toxic sexual attraction.
Mitsuko Uchida returns with a masterful account of a piano masterpiece.
Granger’s debut showcases just what the modern harp can do.
A long overdue celebration of a unique Australian composer.