Hyperion builds a CD around a superb performance of Amy Beach’s magnificent Piano Concerto.
Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra serve up some curious and, from time to time, rather languorous Elgar.
Pianist Denis Kozhukhin does right by Brahms and an all-Saint-Saens disc that, at its best, is a winner.
BMOP releases a fitting, moving tribute to a giant of contemporary music; Johannes Moser turns in a sweeping performance of Elgar’s Cello Concerto.
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.