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Bryars' residency ends with not with a bang, but with quiet and serious reflection.
| Mar 06
The Future Classics concert series hopes to champion emerging Australian talent.
| Mar 06
Herculean, three-act concert marathon a visual and aural feast.
| Mar 06
Recently released pre-recorded accompaniments for use in AMEB exams continue to divide opinion.
| Mar 06
One of the world's most gifted cellists, Mischa Maisky, shares stories from his extraordinary life.
| Mar 05
Audience members shout in distain after clapping ruins Hong Kong Festival concert.
| Mar 05
The English composer's unique and extraordinary music offers power and poetry.
| Mar 04
Currently head of the Berlin Philharmonic, Rattle will take up the reins in 2017.
| Mar 04
Rafael Bonachela explains why Quintett is one of the seminal works of modern dance.
| Mar 02
Bryars' intimate, operatic look at Marilyn is steeped in beautiful melancholia.
| Mar 01
Beethoven and Berg make for an epic journey out of darkness into light.
| Feb 28
An ode to Handel featuring an ode by Handel, that St. Cecilia would be proud of.
| Feb 27
Three of Beckett's best short dramas leave a lasting impression.
| Feb 26
The Sydney ensemble kick off their 10th anniversary season in fine fashion.
| Feb 26
Antonio Pappano conducts an all-star cast for the sensational Warner Classics release.
| Feb 26
CEO Craig Hassall remains optimistic that the Sydney home of OA will receive future investment from Baird.
| Feb 25
Mike Baird promises multi-million dollar refurbishment that will transform Sydney’s arts hub.
| Feb 24
Music teachers angered over release of prerecorded piano accompaniments for use in AMEB exams.
| Feb 24
Music and art collide in a winning plot with more coincidences than the Da Vinci Code.
| Feb 24
Bizarre, quirky, political and rebellious: the imaginative world of Martin Wesley-Smith.
| Feb 23

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