This recording of the Bruch with the Philadelphia Orchestra and conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin packs an own emotional wallop
The performance was recorded live, filtered through an abandoned 600,000-gallon water tank
Despite her short career, she found her own voice in music, exemplified in these four short, expressive works
Book Review: David Vernon’s ‘Beethoven: The String Quartets’ Is a Wonderful Introduction to Music He Loves
Driven by deep love and an infectious sense of wonder, Vernon has written a different kind of Beethoven book
In the 20th century, composers increasingly began writing for the viola, encouraged by the emergence of eminent soloists.
Each of the Danish’s eight-year Prism series is built around one of Beethoven’s late string quartets, connecting a Bach fugue with a Beethoven late work and a later master
This is a heartfelt story of musical connections and personal history, vividly and powerfully told
April Verch displays deep respect for her musical forebears, harboring a soft spot for raw, field-recorded fiddle tunes.
Jan Vogler ‘Completely at Home’ with His Strad on ‘Édouard Lalo and Enrique Casals: Cello Concertos’
The flowering of the relationship between Jan Vogler and his magnificent Strad in these flowing and powerful performances affirms Lalo’s vision
Faulisi’s impressive debut features movements from obscure and popular romantic operas