Shostakovich’s jazzy side leads the field, with ear-ravishing Ravel, Carl Vine’s piano sonatas and Matthias Goerne’s collaboration with Daniil Trifonov in hot pursuit.
No less than all of human existence is mined in this weighty song-recital.
English tenor Allan Clayton discusses A Winter’s Journey, a new staging of Schubert’s mournful song cycle Winterreise, and explains why he is drawn to bleak work and outsider roles.
The great German baritone talks about Limelight’s 2021 Vocal Recording of the Year.
The votes are in, the judges have spoken, and the winner is...
The votes are in, the judges have spoken . . . and here are the winners.
Early music wins the laurels this month, from Jordi Savall’s medieval fiddle to David Skinner’s William Byrd and a trifecta of Handelian delights.
Matthias Goerne beckons you towards the sunset in this glorious recital.
Rare outings score over same old-same old, new wine in old bottles, and do we really need more Beethoven?
Neglected gems get a polish from a master and his apprentice.
The German baritone tells us about his Schumann album, Limelight's Vocal Recording of the Year 2019, and why in a couple of years he plans to stop singing.
Head and heart: Goerne and Andsnes mix drama and poetry.
After 150 years, Paavo Järvi brings Brahms' German Requiem back to St Peter’s Cathedral in Bremen.