Faust’s back to basics fiddling needs no Reformation.
Piano concertos rescued from obscurity shine in Shelley’s hands.
Baltic is definitely beautiful, but is it all-too-easy listening?
Once upon a time, says Osmo Vänskä, there was a Symphony...
Kaufmann journeys back in time for his best solo disc in years.
Osborne returns to an old love to produce another knockout recording.
An unusual yuletide gift from one of Santa’s nimble-fingered helpers.
With top notch playing and a star turn by rising soprano Madison Nonoa, this is one tradition to hang on to.
Warning: Diva’s crossover debut may just cloy you to death.
Amélie the musical is not quite as quirky as the much-loved film.
Mühlemann’s operatic barge is indeed made of burnished gold.
Debussy a decade on: Osborne returns to an old love to produce another knockout recording.
Daucé plumbs the imaginative depths of Charpentier’s musical hell.