From dawn to dusk: Haydn’s journey through the hours vividly realised.
Michael Quinn is a former theatre director and BBC Radio Drama producer who writes about classical music, opera and theatre. A former Deputy Editor of Gramophone, he is obituaries editor for The Stage, booklet editor for SOMM Recordings, and programming consultant to Northern Ireland’s newest arts centre, The Portico of Ards.
Articles by Michael Quinn
Persuasive advocacy by Baldini and Rossi brings Villa-Lobos into vivid focus.
Head and heart guide Aimard’s ascent of Beethoven’s mighty Hammerklavier.
Everything old is new again as Schiff’s period instrument Brahms proves a revelation.
The Fab Four: Thomas Trotter, Duruflé and Harrison & Harrison.
A forgotten Russian-Jewish voice receives ardent championing from Jonathan Powell.
Nadejda Vlaeva stakes a persuasive claim for an overlooked Bulgarian compatriot.
Fiddling while the heart burns: Janusz Wawrowski serves up sour-sweet treats
Ten divided by eight times one equals an uneven cycle from the Berlin Philharmonic.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s possessed Pierrot is as electrifying as it is exotic
Janáček’s signature piano pieces benefit from Vogt’s acutely nuanced playing.
Heartache and heat: Joyce DiDonato's startling Winterreise from the maiden’s point of view.
Adams then and now: keystone works championed with persuasive Nashville panache.