Roth evokes the elements and a Spanish sojourn in a fine London survey.
Articles by Warwick Arnold
Sébastien Daucé and Ensemble Correspondances advocate when in Rome...
A Rococo bon bouchée – forget the big wigs and mouches.
Baroque soap opera: Gervais does fifty weddings and a funeral.
Lean, mean period takes on Mozart’s sonatas from a dedicated duo.
John Nelson’s stellar Faust; signed, sealed and delivered.
Second thoughts: Brautigam sets the record straight on fortepiano.
Fidelio take one: Jacobs makes a case for Beethoven’s first thoughts.
Lovers united – Fisch finesses a matter of love and death.
Tenor makes a refreshing change on Bostridge’s French odyssey.
Wondrous stories: Daucé brings Charpentier’s church tales to life.
Falla’s breakthrough gets another airing, flamenco and all.
Is virtuosity always its own reward?