This spectacular performance of Israel in Egypt - it's really that good - is a great example of how Handel was more than a one hit wonder when it came to writing oratorios.
Nikolaj Znaider feels Elgar's Violin Concerto in his bones - literally. The violin he tucks under his chin is the same instrument used at the premiere of this gorgeous piece 100 years ago. No one plays this music like Znaider.
It's possible that Schubert would be amazed - or at least surprised - that these days we're listening to his symphonies. He wrote his fourth when he was just 19, and while it's labeled "Tragic" it has a bounce and jauntiness that only a kid could create.
Soloists from within the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra shine in this Baroque concert from sunny LA.