Elgar: Violin Concerto; Violin Sonata review – sheer beauty and subtle playing

The Violin Concerto is not only one of Elgar’s greatest achievements, but also one of the finest of all 20th-century violin concertos. But the orchestral opening of Renaud Capuçon’s account, as moulded by Simon Rattle, takes the concerto firmly back into the 19th century, and when the soloist …

Read more

Related Articles

Back to top button