Love is one theme that never grows old. Soprano Amanda Forsythe and Apollo’s Fire delve into Handel’s take on the subject with arias from several of his operas.
A new recording from the Phemius Consort situates Thomas Kingo and Danish hymnody in the wider context of the baroque sound world.
LeStrange Viols dedicates an entire disc to William Cranford’s consort music for 4, 5, and 6 viols.
When asked to name a famous Polish pianist-composer before Chopin but after Haydn, how many would come up with the name Franciszek Lessel?
A trailblazer, an innovator, a pioneer…all titles that describe the iconic 18th century composer Arcangelo Corelli.
Il Giardino Armonico's Haydn 2032 project looks forward to the 300th anniversary of the composer's birth.
Concerto Caledonia’s recording colors outside the lines of what we’ve come to expect from performances of Purcell's music.
A french flute player with an Italian nickname, Jacques Martin Hotteterre, "Le Romain."
Opella Musica and the Camerata Lipsiensis release the first installment of an ongoing series devoted to Johann Kuhnau’s complete sacred works.
"I wrote like the devil in those days, and chiefly for the oboe, which was my favorite instrument."