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
The authorized biography of the Syrian-born bassist and pedagogue François Rabbath is unbelievably thorough
Comprised of Andrew Marlin of Watchhouse, Noam Pikelny and Chris Eldridge of Punch Brothers, bassist Greg Garrison of Leftover Salmon, and Billy Strings’ fiddler Alex Hargreaves, this bluegrass supergroup meets fan expectations with supple, intuitive playing
This album was recorded live in Eastern Lithuania just as bordering Ukraine bore the brunt of invasion
Group biography of the British composers Ethel Smyth, Rebecca Clarke, Dorothy Howell, and Doreen Carwithen weaves together the stories of these four high-achieving women
Debussy wrote these two short dances to a commission from the instrument-making firm of Pleyel, keen to market its newly developed chromatic harp.