Monthly Archive: April 2014
A soaring, radiant, yet bleak reading of a work that embodies many contradictory elements.
April 29, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
The colorful Malcolm Sargent delivers an equally colorful series of Tchaikovsky performances from vintage appearances with the Royal Philharmonic.
Unearthing music from a man once considered a consummate master.
Another Schumann? Another Brahms? Absolutely!
Tharaud’s “In Celebration of the Encore” enchants us with a garden of gentle but brilliantly played delights.
Présent’s early albums get a definitive reissue treatment.
The Cypress Quartet and guest Gary Hoffman realize a potent rendition of Schubert’s late masterpieces, delivered in fine sound.
It’s getting to be a habit—every new recording by Mr. Brawn demands attention.
Two great female jazz vocalists you should know if you don't already.
This virtuoso of the electric violin provides an interesting mix of contemporary music.