For recorded sound, for brilliance of orchestral execution, and for interpretive concept, Janowski is one of the 21st century’s best Wagnerians.
The Lost Songs of St. Kilda is a disc that’s simple but profound, beautiful and enduring.
Jean-Guihen Queyras wraps up a Schumann concerto trilogy in style, pianists Christina and Michelle Naughton play with panache and color.
A superior classical music concept album, a reminder of how smart and sturdy Johan Strauss’s music can be..
An album of Brahms lieder from two musicians in their prime: Christoph Eschenbach and Matthias Goerne.
Ghosts seems to be trying to be all things to all listeners — edgy, nostalgic, farcical, adventuresome.
It’s no secret that 2016 has already been a strong year for albums featuring new and recent music: now things get even better.