The Gesualdo Six on top form in this excellent program of Holy Week music.
Plenty of interest in the latest trawl of the archives from Australian Eloquence.
From heroic vocals to inner vision, Nicky Spence’s Vaughan Williams has it all.
Nelsons’ Strauss: distinguished, thoughtful, and superbly played.
From Jazz Age pastiche to wartime propaganda, this is Walton at the top of his game.
Gardiner’s thrilling third St John blazes with passion and power.
Intense taletelling of Czech and Hungarian works for cello and piano from cellist Laura van der Heijden and Jâms Coleman.
Nelsons and Gewandthaus enter Bruckner Pantheon with culmination of cycle.
Half-truths are rendered in sonic half-light in this evocative new account from Roth and Les Siecles
A Danish 'White Album', swirling, spacious and haunting.
Grigorian compels in a recital of bleeding, heart-on-sleeve Rachmaninov.
Reach for the oxygen as Jack Liebeck tackles the Himalayas of the violin.
New conductor takes his place in the Pantheon of Sibelius interpreters.