Monthly Archive: July 2014
Carolyn Sampson brings to light the artistry of one of the greatest artists of the enlightenment, Marie Fel—and the results …
July 29, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Musician/educator brings style to American classics.
Early Jaco that is a must-hear for long-time fans.
Devotees of “the Jewish fiddle” will discover virtuoso treasures from this Festival of Music devoted to Bronislaw Huberman, from Israel, …
The orchestral music of Fibich follows Liszt and Smetana in his own terms, often poignant and powerful.
Its fears of technology and A.I. seem now out of date and too late.
Jorg Demus plays a rare anthology of Cesar Franck, well beyond the usual cluster of three masterpieces.
Time to pull out the musical passport again.
Sidney Bechet: the original and Bob Wilber’s Legacy.
A tenor saxophone legend records with phenomenal group.