From dawn to dusk: Haydn’s journey through the hours vividly realised.
New kids on the block make a debut for the ages.
No generational divide in rarely-heard French Baroque violin works.
French piano star offers a widely travelled invitation to the dance.
Review: Passion: Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae (La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall)
Savall’s distinctive approach to Victoria’s Holy Week music brings fresh insights.
Charm meets passion in visually sumptuous staging of Gounod’s greatest non-hit.
A masterclass of pianistic maturity and restraint, perfumed with the scent of a bygone era.
A good performance if low on imaginative invention.
Thoughtful take on Sophocles’ bloody tragedy boasts at least two star turns.
Fabulous piano works by female composers, impeccably selected and performed.
Another rich selection of Purcell’s stylish music stylishly performed.
Post-revolutionary rescue opera at its most entertaining.
Rachvelishvili offers a mixed bag of mixed delights.