Classical CD Reviews
Karabits begins a virile, driven cycle of Prokofiev symphonies with two taut, often manic readings of works that can claim …
by John Sunier/ May 16, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Late French Romantics Pierne and Vierne in their chamber music idiom; only the Pierne compels our sustained interest despite exemplary …
by John Sunier/ May 15, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
The musicianship on this recording is of the very highest order, and every second was an absolute delight to experience.
by John Sunier/ May 13, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Interesting stuff for the curious and adventurous, well-crafted for the most part and done with panache.
These are great recordings, and if you don’t own them in this form, you are now required to acquire them!
A marvelous collection that works well thematically, but you really have to like the countertenor voice to be fully immersed.
Orpheus in Idaho? The universality remains.
This “Fantasies” collection confirms Khristenko’s status as a firebrand Romantic pianist of the first order.
A gorgeous collection of nearly all of the composer’s songs rendered with clarity and fervent beauty.
The latest from Christie’s biennial vocal ensemble “The Garden of Voices”.
by John Sunier/ May 9, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/