Denmark-based Australian cellist presents dark works perfect for 2020.
Articles by Lisa MacKinney
Outback pianos, telegraphs, lakes and Percy Grainger forge new piano sounds.
Michael Kieran Harvey pays tribute to teenage environmental activist.
Mozartists thrill on urgent journey through second installment of Sturm und Drang.
Glorious orchestrations shine in works by award-winning Russian based in Sweden.
Marc-André Hamelin wrestles with two piano Goliaths and comes out on top.
Snider reworks mass into requiem for the environment to spectacular effect.
Brett Dean leads the way with evocations of otherworldly visitations.
Twenty-fifth anniversary album pays tribute to our feathered friends.
The land of a thousand dances – adventures in brass with Vrabec.
Prodigiously talented young composer unites Iceland and Estonia.
Paul Lewis dusts off Beethoven's Bagatelles to reveal glistening gems.
Gesualdo Six kicks it out of the park with this flawless recording.