Latest News: Classical, New Release Round-up
Mendelssohn, Schubert and Mozart from Riccardo Chailly, Schubert's 'Fair Maid of the Mill' from Nicky Spence & Christopher Glynn, a Parisian recital from flautist Ana de la Vega, and John Williams's Cello Concerto from Yo-Yo Ma (with the composer conducting).
Brahms from Herbert Blomstedt, Bach from René Jacobs, Mozart from Federico Colli, and Lupo from Fretwork.
Strauss from Andris Nelsons, Vivaldi & Bach from Concerto Italiano and Rinaldo Alessandrini, Rachmaninov from Steven Osborne, and Schoenberg from the Gringolts Quartet.
Dora Pejačević from Peter Donohoe and Sakari Oramo, eighteenth-century operatic heroines from Patricia Petibon, Heinz Holliger's 'dream-opera' Lunea, and a Dante-inspired recital from Mirco Palazzi and Marco Scolastra.
Rossini from Florian Sempey, Rameau from Marc Minkowski, vintage Vaughan Williams from Sir Adrian Boult, and Schubert from Viktoria Mullova and Alasdair Beatson.
Beethoven concertos from Kristian Bezuidenhout and Pablo Heras-Casado, Bach cello suites from Bruno Philippe, Tailleferre piano works from Nicolas Horvath, and American soprano Rachel Willis-Sørensen's debut album of opera arias.
Beethoven's Diabelli Variations from Mitsuko Uchida, Haydn and Schubert from Grigory Sokolov at Esterházy Palace, Mahler from Semyon Bychkov and the Czech Philharmonic, and works by Florence Price, Valerie Coleman and Jessie Montgomery from the New York Youth Symphony.
Handel's La Resurrezione from Harry Bicket and The English Concert, Strauss, Korngold and Schreker from John Wilson and Sinfonia of London, operatic rivalry from Véronique Gens and Sandrine Piau, and Schubert from Stephen Hough.
Fanny Hensel & Felix Mendelssohn from Chen Reiss, Stravinsky from Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra, Sibelius from Klaus Mäkelä and the Oslo Philharmonic, and the culmination of Le Compagnia del Madrigale's Gesualdo cycle.
Bach's St Matthew Passion from Pygmalion and Raphaël Pichon, orchestral works by James Lee III, Jóhann Jóhannsson's Drone Mass, and a film version of Vivaldi's Stabat Mater from Jakub Józef Orliński.
Rachmaninov from Asmik Grigorian and Lukas Geniušas, Beethoven from Boris Giltburg and Vasily Petrenko, two Knappertsbusch editions on Eloquence, and Jeanine Tesori & Tazewell Thompson's powerful new opera Blue.
Bach from Frank Peter Zimmermann and Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Brahms from the Belcea Quartet and two special guests, and Donizetti's Tudor Queens from Sondra Radvanovsky.
Haydn from Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Mozart violin sonatas from Francesca Dego and Francesca Leonardi, Salonen and Ravel from Nicolas Altstaedt, and Sebastián Durón's zarzuela Coronis from Le Poème Harmonique.
Vivaldi, Leclair and Locatelli from Théotime Langlois de Swarte, Mozart from Elisabeth Leonskaja, piano works by African composers from Rebeca Omordia, and Italian baroque arias from Ian Bostridge.
Bruckner from François-Xavier Roth, Shostakovich from Gianandrea Noseda, consort music by John Jenkins from Phantasm, and Winterreise from Benjamin Appl and James Baillieu.
Beethoven from Angela Hewitt, Bach from Leonidas Kavakos, Handel's Apollo e Dafne from Il Pomo d'Oro, and John Williams from the Berliner Philharmoniker (with the composer himself at the helm).
Haydn and Mozart from Basel, gangster tragedy in the South Polish Highlands, chamber music and songs by Martin Suckling, and arrangements of Vaughan Williams and Maconchy for piano duet.
French song from Roderick Williams and Roger Vignoles, the 2022 New Year's Day Concert from Vienna on CD, Schubert from Iestyn Davies and Joseph Middleton, and Bob Chilcott's Circlesong.
Handel from Sandrine Piau, United Strings of Europe's second album Renewal, Morricone film-scores reworked for violin and orchestra, and the physical release of Florence Price's Symphonies No. 1 & 3 from Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Telemann from Antoine Tamestit, a transatlantic recital from Tom Poster and Elena Urioste, a tribute to a Czech horn virtuoso from Teunis van der Zwart and Alexander Melnikov, and Brahms from Michael Collins and Stephen Hough.