Kristian Bezuidenhout delivers invigorating performances of Beethoven’s concertos

‘This is really exciting playing, and Bezuidenhout’s virtuosity is impressive’

A showcase of blazing Baroque energy and haunting lyricism

'Dmitri Sinkosky is a latter-day Paganini who brings to this programme of Baroque pyrotechnics the perfect balance of fire and art’

Emmanuel Pahud shines in glorious selection of flute concertos

‘The Munich Radio Orchestra handles the extremities in dynamics and textures well'

Trifonov completes Rachmaninov Piano Concerto cycle with a flourish

‘Trifonov frames the two Concertos with two of his imaginative and resourceful piano transcriptions’

A worthy tribute to the longstanding genius of Kaija Saariaho

‘The Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra are on fine form as they embrace Kaija Saariaho’s unique soundscape in this collection of works spanning the last 25 years’

Patricia Kopatchinskaja journeys through time and back

‘Camerata Bern accompanies the violinist on this latest foray into the meaning of life, the universe and everything’

Fenella Humphreys soars in The Four Seasons Recomposed

‘Humphreys mines the repetitive melodies for subtelties of colour, rather than drama’

Howard Shelley explores Cramer’s soundworld of fanciful elegance

'The two concertos on this disc represent a real discovery, and a welcome alternative to the endlessly recycled Mozart and Beethoven canons'

Putting the drama back into Mozart’s D minor

'Jean-Efflam Bavouzet makes the music irresistibly sensuous'

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