The breakdancing Polish countertenor delights in a program of rediscovered gems.
Vivaldi for voice produces a chamber full of charms.
A terrific mix of Americana, both known and unknown.
Review: Zemlinsky: Lyrische Symphonie & Schreker: Prelude to a Drama (ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra)
Worth the 30-year wait as Vienna band waxes lyrical with Zemlinsky.
In Lea Dessandre, baroque's next star has already risen.
Frenchman’s Bach pilgrimage reaches the flowering of the Weimar period.
A compelling 20th-century rediscovery makes it to CD at last.
Review: Barry: Alice’s Adventures Under Ground (Irish National Opera, Irish Chamber Orchestra, André de Ridder)
Barry breaks all the rules in riotous, through the looking glass re-telling of Alice.
Ricci takes us back to an era when violinists were stars.
Savall’s homage to Haydn is only the sum of its often elegant parts.
Review: Christopher Gunning: Symphony No 5, String Quartet No 1 (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Christopher Gunning, Juno Quartet)
The English symphony is alive and well.
All-Australian, all-female, all-percussion – the future is here in striking release.
Grim and grisly, but with a sumptuous score, Franck’s operatic tragedy is a real find.