Review of Kinga Augustyn: Turning in Time

Kinga Augustyn: Turning in Time

Heritage and training play significant roles in Kinga Augustyn’s remarkable recording of unaccompanied violin works by 20th- and 21st-century composers....

Reviewed by Donald Rosenberg in issue: 08/2021

Review of Reimagine: Beethoven & Ravel (Inna Faliks)

Reimagine: Beethoven & Ravel (Inna Faliks)

This album is, quite simply put, a real surprise. Not just for the fine playing of Inna Faliks or her...

Reviewed by Guy Rickards in issue: 08/2021

Review of Oksana Volkova: Poison d'Amour

Oksana Volkova: Poison d'Amour

Mezzo-soprano Oksana Volkova’s recital of a dozen famous dramatic arias and one bloody obscurity gives full range to the Belarusian’s...

Reviewed by Laurence Vittes in issue: 08/2021

Review of LANSKY Angles

LANSKY Angles

A few years into the new century, Paul Lansky declared himself done with the brave new world of computer music...

Reviewed by Thomas May in issue: 08/2021

Review of CERRONE The Arching Path

CERRONE The Arching Path

A sense of memory and resonance infuses this survey of Cristopher Cerrone’s recent sound work, much of it pulsing, static...

Reviewed by Laurence Vittes in issue: 08/2021

Review of VERDI Falstaff (Barenboim)

VERDI Falstaff (Barenboim)

‘An over the hill rebel of the 68er movement, who wants to live a life of carefree fun, but is...

Reviewed by Tim Ashley in issue: 08/2021

Review of RIMSKY-KORSAKOV The Snow Maiden (Tatarnikov)

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV The Snow Maiden (Tatarnikov)

I would never pass up the chance to see a Dmitri Tcherniakov production. Highly controversial he may be, but his...

Reviewed by Marina Frolova-Walker in issue: 08/2021

Review of MOZART Così fan tutte (Hengelbrock. Harnoncourt)

MOZART Così fan tutte (Hengelbrock. Harnoncourt)

With staged opera thin on the ground over the past year due to schedules wiped out by the pandemic, companies...

Reviewed by Mark Pullinger in issue: 08/2021

Review of MONIUSZKO Halka (Chmura)

MONIUSZKO Halka (Chmura)

Stanisław Moniuszko’s Halka has slowly been making inroads into the Western European consciousness, and well it might. Moniuszko (1819-72) was...

Reviewed by Ivan Moody in issue: 08/2021

Review of HANDEL Rinaldo (Sardelli)

HANDEL Rinaldo (Sardelli)

Pier Luigi Pizzi’s lavish production of Rinaldo was first staged at Reggio Emilia in 1985 and then put on at...

Reviewed by David Vickers in issue: 08/2021

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