Kalnits delivers powerful Prokofiev in a new guise.
Phillip Scott is a long-time reviewer for Limelight and US music journal Fanfare. He has written four novels and the scores of several children’s shows for Monkey Baa Theatre Company. He is best known for his work as performer, writer and Musical Director for The Wharf Revue.
Articles by Phillip Scott
Rosbaud's Mahler, Boult's LPO recordings and a box of modern rarities from Karl-Heinz Steffens are among this month's highlights.
To hell with masterpieces, says Phillip Scott.
A stunning and overdue set of Franz Schmidt’s symphonies.
Dudamel follows Ives’ journey from minor master to maverick.
An itinerant life that produced exciting, exotic music.
Another superbly serious encounter courtesy of Igor Levit.
Rarely heard chamber masterpieces superbly played.
Rediscovering a colourful piece of Ballets Russes exotica.
In a new batch of reissues, Eugen Jochum and Andor Foldes impress, but Charles Munch is only for completists.
ASQ founder’s quartets offer a delightful chamber music discovery.
A collection of miniatures by an underrated modern master.
A siren Song of the Night takes us on a nocturnal journey.