A selection of M&V 'Nocturne' articles
Absolutely Outstanding - Kotaro Fukuma's performances of Schumann, Chopin and Liszt amaze Bill Newman
An Ever-Active Hive - Robert Anderson examines the latest score from Acuta Music
Drama and Poetry - Mary Isaac listens to Russian pianist Olga Stezhko
Ensemble. Better Late than Never - The BPSE Late Summer Festival, attended by Malcolm Troup
Record Box. Fresh and Inspired - Gerald Finzi's 'Dies natalis' rewards Patric Standford
CD Spotlight. A Surefire Winner - A recital by Lin Jiang and Benjamin Martin, recommended by Howard Smith. '... superbly performed.'
CD Spotlight. Dancing Goblins - Music by Bazzini, heard by Howard Smith. '... Hanslip brings it off with suitable aplomb.'
Record Box. Particular Sensitivity - Chamber music and songs by William Alwyn, reviewed by Patric Standford
Ensemble. Nicely Caught - A song recital by Richard Roddis and Clive Pollard, reviewed by Mike Wheeler
Ensemble. Music in Captivity - Malcolm Miller was at a lecture recital by Ronald Senator, with Teresa Gobel and Miriam Brickman
CD Spotlight. Melodic Felicity - Salon music by Katharine Parker, reviewed by Robert Hugill. 'Edwards has a lovely soprano voice ...'
Ensemble. The music of Julian Dawes - Malcolm Miller was at the first performance of 'Eleven Hebrew Folksongs'
Ensemble. Playful rapport - A recital by Harriet Adie and Jessica Burroughs, reviewed by Mike Wheeler
CD Spotlight. Graceful panache - Listening to Dvorák arrangements with Robert Anderson. '... effective and highly accomplished.'
Record box. Breadth and scope - Keith Bramich is impressed by Lionel Sainsbury's Twelve Preludes